I am working with the MEDIA DESK Hellas, Athens, Greece.
We are developing a new Lexicon /Glossary with Film and Video and Broadcasting / audiovisual; film legal Terms terms on
a MULTILINGUAL basis.
(Explanation of film / Video / Broadcasting , film legal Terms in several languanges from for instance english to
french, german, spanisch and vice versa etc. The aim is to use as many languanges as possible.
Could you please advise if such a Glossary (even sites with glossaries) on multi- or bilingual basis are available.
WE WOULD BE EXTREMELY THANKFUL FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION FOR SIMILAR DICTIONARIES / Glossaries, that we help us in
We hope to hear from you as soon as possible.
Thank you very much so far in advance for your efforts and cooperation.
Spiro N. Taraviras
On Thursday, August 07, 2003 3:25 PM, Dwight Swanson [SMTP:[log in to unmask]] wrote:
> Film Forever, the film preservation manual for home and independent
> filmmakers, has added a new feature. The entire site is now available as a
> downloadable PDF file...perfect for printing.
> The site is accessible from the "Information & Services" section of the AMIA
> website, or directly at www.filmforever.org. Click on the "PDF of site"
> icon at the top of the page.
> Film Forever is a product of AMIA's Independent Media Interest Group and is
> designed to give affordable storage and preservation advice for laypeople
> and small collections.
> Coming soon: a Japanese translation of the site!
> Dwight Swanson
> Northeast Historic Film
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