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"Andy Warhol's FactoryPeople"

Three hour series includes excerpts from over fifty hours of original interviews, hundreds of never before seen photos, exotic film clips, and a lot of very cool stuff . . . all backed by a mind-blowing original soundtrack.


How Andy Discovered "Factory Girl" Edie (Sedgwick) and Created the Superstars

True Uncut Tales from Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory offer valuable insight into the artist’s life during his most prolific period: The Silver Factory era, when he was making art, making avant-garde movies, making stars, and making history

How Andy Discovered (and actually lost) Edie, and Created the Superstars takes us back to 1964, when Warhol opened the doors to his Studio/Factory and went in search of a glamourous muse to inspire him.  This is the true story of Andy Warhol's "Factory Girl".

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Andy's first ‘Girl of the Year’ would be blonde socialite Baby Jane Holzer.

And then Edie showed up.  Edie and Andy.  They needed no last names. After more than a half century they are still synonymous with the ‘Swinging Sixties’. One was a self-absorbed artist seeking fame, the other a self-absorbed debutante searching for a purpose in life.

They were the perfect couple.

Books have been published, movies made, and songs written about their unlikely pairing and doomed trajectory. This film, a follow-up to our own award-winning television series, uses uncensored interviews and archival footage to give us an unflinching portrait of a controversial artist, a tragically damaged ‘It’ girl, and the unconventional women Warhol called Superstars.

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How Andy Discovered Edie

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Educational DVD with PPR: $295

Anytime you want to screen a film on campus, Public Performance Rights (PPR) need to be obtained. Copyright law (USC 17§101) defines a public performance as occurring in a public space or if it is in any place if "a substantial number of persons outside of a normal circle of a family and its acquaintances" is gathered there. This would include classrooms, meeting rooms, auditoriums, dorm lounges, etc. However, copyright law (USC 17§110) also provides an exception for face-to-face teaching activities in a nonprofit educational institution.

Digital Site License with PPR: $395

A DSL grants educational institutions and/or non-profit organizations a limited license to host and stream a film online to students, faculty and staff on their password-protected server. This license is granted for three years. The key advantage of purchasing a DSL is that once uploaded, an unlimited number of viewers can access the film from multiple locations simultaneously.

DVD + DSL bundle PPR: $450

K-12, Non-profit, Public Library with PPR: $125