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'''$100 & A T-Shirt''' is a 71-minute documentary film about [[zines]] focused on the zine community of Oregon (it's billed as about the Northwest, but there are very few zinesters from Washington and Idaho included). It was created by [[Basil Shadid]], [[Rev. Phil Sano]], [[Nickey Robo]], and [[Joe Biel]] and distributed by [[Microcosm Publishing]].
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'''$100 & A T-Shirt''' is a 71-minute documentary film about [[zines]]. It was created by [[Basil Shadid]], [[Rev. Phil Sano]], [[Nickey Robo]], and [[Joe Biel]] and distributed by [[Microcosm Publishing]].
  
The film delves into what zines are, who makes them and why, zine resources and the future of self publishing, all told through interviews with a number of zine publishers and fans. It also includes footage from Portland's annual Zine Symposium, a zine bicycle tour of Portland, and music by J Church and Defiance, OH.
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While the film is billed as about the Northwest zine community, it really just focuses Portland, Oregon. The film delves into what zines are, who makes them and why, zine resources and the future of self publishing, all told through interviews with a number of Oregon zine publishers and fans. It also includes footage from Portland's annual Zine Symposium, a zine bicycle tour of Portland, and music by J Church and Defiance, OH.
  
 
$100 & A T-Shirt was released both on DVD and VHS and is currently available through Microcosm.
 
$100 & A T-Shirt was released both on DVD and VHS and is currently available through Microcosm.

Revision as of 15:22, 28 March 2007

$100 & a T-Shirt movie cover

$100 & A T-Shirt is a 71-minute documentary film about zines. It was created by Basil Shadid, Rev. Phil Sano, Nickey Robo, and Joe Biel and distributed by Microcosm Publishing.

While the film is billed as about the Northwest zine community, it really just focuses Portland, Oregon. The film delves into what zines are, who makes them and why, zine resources and the future of self publishing, all told through interviews with a number of Oregon zine publishers and fans. It also includes footage from Portland's annual Zine Symposium, a zine bicycle tour of Portland, and music by J Church and Defiance, OH.

$100 & A T-Shirt was released both on DVD and VHS and is currently available through Microcosm.


External Link

Microcosm Publishing