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Guidelines

There will need to be a great deal of flexibility on what is considered "TV" as opposed to "Film." While technically, discussions of made-for-TV projects might belong in television, here are some criteria that may be used:

  • If it's a current TV show/project (ie, it's on this fall, every Tuesday), it goes in TV. Examples might include upcoming pilots, special upcoming documentaries, or features included in current TV shows. However if the *subject* of a show is movie-related, it should go in films. Example: Bill Moyers does a feature on Now discussing Michael Moore.
  • If it was a made-for-TV movie that is now out on DVD (but is not currently a TV project), it should probably go in film. Examples would include The Decalogue, Jesus of Nazareth, and similar "feature" projects.

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