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Re: [mythsoc] Fwd from IAFA-L: THE LATHE OF HEAVEN

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  • Ted Sherman
    I have not read the Lathe of Heaven, but I did see the original screening of the PBS-TV version and thought it very good, so I am very much looking forward to
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 6, 2000
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      I have not read the Lathe of Heaven, but I did see the original screening of
      the PBS-TV version and thought it very good, so I am very much looking
      forward to the rebroadcast.

      Ted

      Stolzi@... wrote:

      > From: Freddie Baer [mailto:fbaer@...]
      > Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2000 4:14 PM
      > To: FEMINISTSF-LIT@...
      > Subject: [*FSF-L*] Le Guin's Lathe Returns To TV
      >
      > >From SF Wire:
      >
      > 3:00pm ET, 5-Apr-00
      >
      > Le Guin's Lathe Returns To TV
      >
      > The Lathe of Heaven, the 1980 television movie based on Ursula K. Le
      > Guin's SF novel of the same name, will return to the airwaves in June
      > in a digitally remastered version. The film, about a man whose dreams
      > have the power to reshape reality, will be offered to public
      > television stations as a 20th anniversary special by WNET in New York
      > City in association with American Public Television, starting June 1.
      >
      > The rebroadcast will be accompanied by a new, exclusive interview of
      > Le Guin by Bill Moyers.
      >
      > It's the first time the movie--originally produced as part of WNET's
      > Television Laboratory--has been seen on public television in 20 years,
      > WNET spokesman Marc Fenton told SCI FI Wire. The movie version of
      > Lathe is based on Le Guin's best-selling 1971 novel and was called one
      > of the top 100 greatest works of science fiction by Entertainment
      > Weekly.
      >
      > The Lathe of Heaven, which stars Bruce Davison, Kevin Conway and
      > Margaret Avery, will be made available on home video and DVD in the
      > fall, Fenton told SCI FI Wire.
      >
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