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Cinema Esparanca International Inc. - VHS collection
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- Moving images
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- Bennett, Andre
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81 videocassettes : VHS ; various durations
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Name of creator
He has an AA from Pasadena City College, a BA from San Francisco State University, and an MA from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is now the owner of Cinema Esperanca International.
Scope and content
This fonds contains a collection of VHS videocassettes donated to RULA by Andre Bennett - President and CEO of Cinema Esparanca International Inc.
Cinema Esperança is an international film distribution and production company based in the city of Toronto, Canada that focuses on producing, distributing, and selling thought provoking and entertaining feature films and documentaries that are theatrically viable for both Canadian and international markets.
The company is committed to producing and marketing quality films & documentaries, in all genres, that are thought-provoking, entertaining, and theatrically viable. Special emphasis is placed on supporting new filmmakers and auteur directors whose visions can be shared with cinema going audiences worldwide.
The owner, president, and CEO of Cinema Esperança is André Bennett. Before becoming a producer and theatrical distributor, André Bennett was a university professor teaching courses in social and political philosophy at the University of Toronto & McMaster University, Canada. During the last four years of his academic tenure, Bennett used movies, rather than textbooks, to discuss basic concepts and ideas.