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PBS documentary creators need your help

Posted Aug. 31, 2010, 4:57 a.m. in Videos by Jon E.

We are working on a documentary film that includes a short section highlighting the old Wetlands club in NYC. We're hoping to fill some footage gaps in this sequence and are looking for the following:

1) Video footage of bands who played Wetlands during the late 90s. In particular, we're looking for recordings of Avail and/ or Chocking Victim, but we are open to other (ideally environmental or political) punk bands. But please note: since we are a PBS film, the music cannot be overly dissonant or aggressive - so we're excluding hardcore and classic '77 punk oriented acts.

2) Video footage or photographs of Wetlands atmosphere -bouncers/ door folks ripping tickets, lines out front, the bar in action, crowds, beer flowing from the tap, etc.

We do have an archival budget - so we are prepared to license the material and arrange for proper compensation and accreditation. Thanks in advance for your help!

If you're interested, contact Sam Cullman via email.

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