Librarian Reviewers Sought for "The Librarian"


ALA's Public Programs Office has sent out the following announcment:

TNT will premiere its original movie, The Librarian Sunday, December 5, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT).

The American Library Association (ALA) Public Information Office would love to hear from librarians and library workers who are able to catch the movie on cable and willing to take a few moments to respond to the short questionnaire below. Responses will be used in media relations and may be published. Please send email (including your name, city and state) to [email protected] before 10 a.m. Central Time Monday, December 6. Thanks!

((Also, check out ALA member and Entertainment Weekly librarian Heidi Weinkam's article in tomorrow's magazine highlighting some of the best librarians and library workers from TV and film history.))

Questions follow.Stars out of four for overall estimation of The Librarian:

Stars out of four for librarian image makeover in The Librarian:

Brief movie review (5 lines or fewer):

What did you admire or enjoy most about the lead character?

What was the most real aspect of the film?

What would you have loved to see shown in the film somewhere?

What would you like The Librarian to tackle in any future sequel?

Larra Clark, Media Relations Manager

Public Information Office, American Library Association

50 E. Huron, Chicago, IL 60611-2795

Toll-free: 800-545-2433 x5043; Fax: 312-944-8520


Does anybody have a clue about where a Canadian might see this great cinematic work, since TNT doesn't run up here?

If I knew how to program my VCR, I'd send you a tape.:-/