Streaming

DVD + streaming rights from institution's internal server

New lower prices!

3 years streaming from institution's internal server + DVD:
Universities, Colleges: $199 (was $349)

5 years streaming from institution's internal server + DVD:
Universities, Colleges: $249 (was $449)

In perpetuity streaming from institution's internal server + DVD:
Universities, Colleges: $299 (was $599)


If you have already purchased the DVD and would like to purchase streaming rights, please email MataOrtizMovie@hotmail.com for more information.

Does your school use Kanopy? "The Renaissance of Mata Ortiz" is now available on Kanopy

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Scott Petersen
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Above prices are good for US and Canada institutions only.


The academic/institutional DVD version of the Emmy-winning The Renaissance of Mata Ortiz is now available for universities, colleges, non-profit organizations, high schools and public libraries. This version includes public performance rights.

Public Performance Rights: Purchase of this DVD includes public performance rights which allow educational and non profit groups to exhibit the film to groups of 50 or fewer individuals where admission is not charged. The term of the public performance license is for the life of the DVD. However, if you intend to charge admission, expect an audience over 50, or publicly advertise the screening, please email for more information.

Streaming Rights: Purchase of the streaming rights allow the higher education institution to "rip" the DVD and stream it on their internal, password-protected server to students and faculty.

In the collections of these fine schools: Harvard University, Ohio University, Stanford University, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of Wisconsin, Wake Forest University, University of Tennessee, University of Minnesota, Michigan State University and many others.

Selected screenings:......................................Official Selection:
University of Southern California...........,.............Sedona Int’l Film Festival (Best Arts Film)
San Diego Museum of Man
..................................Durango Indep. Film Festival
Burke Museum (Seattle)
......................................DocUtah Int’l Film Festival (Best Editing)
Bowers Museum (Orange County, CA)
...................Archaeology Chan. Film Festival (winner of 9 awards)
Harwood Museum of Arts (Taos, NM)
...................Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
Tubac Center of the Arts (Tubac, AZ)
.....................Cine Las Americas Film Festival
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Scottsdale, AZ)
Emmy winner-Best Cultural Documentary


Running time: 54 minutes (can easily be broken up into two sections of 28 & 26 minutes)
Extras: 28 minutes of extra scenes and a director’s commentary
Total running time: 82 minutes
Languages: English and Spanish with English subtitles (Spanish subtitled version available upon request)
Subjects: Ceramics, Studio Art, Art History, Latino/a Studies, Anthropology, Economic Development,
Social Entrepreneurship

Format: DVD
Aspect Ratio: 16x9 anamorphic
©2011 Scott Petersen


Producer/Director/Editor: Scott Petersen
Director of Photography: Pete Biagi
Original Music: Patrick Kirst
Associate Producer: Diana Acosta
Key Art Design: Chris St. George & Monica Riley
Key Art Photography: Raechel Running

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