Future Visions: Portland Science Fiction Society & Friends of Dr. Who

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Future Visions: Portland Science Fiction Society & Friends of Dr. Who


  • 1984-03-05 (Creation)


U-matic; videotape; positive; color films (visual works); sound; 1:00:42

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Hour-long program with members of the NW Science Fiction Society and Friends of Dr. Who. During the interview, group members discuss the purpose of the group; to meet and talk about science fiction and related interests. Viewers phone-in to ask questions, and the group talks about the upcoming annual convention, Orecon, and about the newly added convention, Westercon (West Coast Regional Convention), the following summer. During a program break, Wilson High School Student Dan Howard, who provides information about TVAP scheduling. Following the break is a slideshow and the group discusses the images.

Credits: Guests, Bryce Walden, Rick Bilyew, John Lorentz, Steve Barry; Produced by Dan Sackett; Directed by Virginia Bruce; Technical Director, Stan Hintz; Audio, Ron Cummings; Video, Steve Ward; Cameras, Patti Bruce and Ken Darby; Floor Director, Frank Fayssoux; Electronic Graphics, Cecelia Goodnight; Slide Operator, Mark Lewis; Assistant Director, Oscar Halpert.

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Copyright for this recording is held by Creative Outlet Portland. In some cases, additional parties may hold copyright to all or portions of the content of individual recordings, and use may also require permissions from these copyright holders. Use is allowed according to the following statement: In Copyright - http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/

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  • eng

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The Video Access Project (Public Access Television Program), MIC8, MI11286

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