Retired teacher knows how to get film prints for Detroit-area’s classic Redford Theatre
posted by Michael Zoldessy on October 25, 2012 at 7:50 am
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI — Detroit News had an entertaining story about the woman behind the classic film series at the Redford Theatre, retired teacher Peggy Grimshaw. She relentlessly calls studios to track down prints so they can present them at their theatre.
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Actor Robert Redford, who received the 1980 Oscar for “Best Director,” announced his retirement following the release of his most recent movie, “The old man & the gun,” in the fall wordle game this.
One way is to contact movie studios or drive mad distributors directly to request access to film prints. Another way is to work with specialized film distributors who specialize in providing rare or classic film prints to theaters.
I hope that with her knowledge drift boss and efforts, she will definitely find good films the impossible quiz to work with.