The Librarian and The Banjo is available for purchase on DVD.
$20: DVD of the 56-minute film, plus 40 minutes of bonus chapters in a secure library case, with a two-page insert on Dena Epstein’s life and legacy.
The bonus chapters – mini-movies – feature Bob Winans’ minstrel work, the Dena Epstein/Scott Didlake/Clarke Buehling/Pete Ross gourd banjo story, Angela Wellman’s music school in Oakland and some outtakes too good to leave in my computer — including the story behind “Dixie” and the Jola legend that the Devil likes akonting music, told by Daniel Jatta.
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If you would like to order more than one DVD please write for a package price.
Email: jim (at) jimcarrier.com
You may also buy the DVD by sending a $23 check to Jim Carrier, 155 Plattsburg Avenue 1B, Burlington, VT 05408.
These DVDs are for your personal home use, or for public library checkout by individuals for their home use. For group screenings, gatherings and institutions, see below.
$100: The Librarian and the Banjo is available for public screenings, conferences or purchase by institutions such as college libraries. The fee is all-use license, including use in classrooms, public gatherings and conferences.
The DVD includes the 56-minute movie, plus 40 minutes of bonus material, organized by chapter as shown on the player menu above. The DVD is packaged in a secure library case, and includes a two-page insert on Dena Epstein
To purchase this DVD click for institutional use, click on the Buy Now link below.