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Educational, Library and Institutional Sales

Our Educational, Library, and Institutional titles are leased for the life of the product for non-commercial educational in-house use in:

    •    educational institutions

    •    public libraries

    •    community groups

    •    media centers

    •    religious groups

    •    community groups

    •    and other similar institutions

on a limited license which prohibits any broadcasts, duplication, public screenings, conference screenings, admission charges, rental fees, and circulation to non-registered students and/or non-organizational personnel (except for public libraries where circulation is allowed for private individuals for personal home viewing only). Purchase of our Educational, Library, and Institutional titles constitutes an agreement to these terms. Please inquire about other licenses and public performance rights. We will try to accommodate your specific needs.

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$425 US / Per Individual Institution

Lifetime License


It Was the Nightingale is the first feature-length documentary on the influential and modernist author, Ford Madox Ford.

Ford wrote over eighty books, including the masterpieces, The Good Soldier and Parade's End. He survived poverty, being blown up in the First World War and the miseries of passion to become perhaps the greatest writer you’ve never heard of.

Produced and Directed by:

Paul Lewis

Running Time:



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$325 US / Per Individual Institution

Lifetime license


Produced and Directed by Paul Lewis, Kent to Connemara explores the legacy of the modernist writer Ford Madox Ford in Ireland. The author had two daughters with whom he would become estranged in their adulthood. The eldest, Christina, would become a Catholic nun, Mother Mary Matthew, and remain in England. The youngest, Katharine would emigrate to Ireland, become one of the first women veterinary surgeons and raise a family in Connemara with the renown Irish painter, Charles Lamb.


Kent to Connemara explores this legacy through the memories and reminiscences of three generations of Katherine's descendants.

Produced and Directed by:

Paul Lewis

Running time:

30 mins



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