Exciting News: Out of Print, which has been going strong on cable and TV outlets throughout the world since the Tribeca premiere, is now available for rent or purchase on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.
“Out Of Print is an exceptional work, worth seeking out and viewing. “
Publishers Quarterly Review
August 8, 2014
A Review By Kevin Di Camillo
“The path from author to reader is complex and highly interconnected…”
Print and Digital Books
December 9, 2013
“Out of Print” wins Bronze Plaque Award in the Humanities
2013 Columbus International Film Festival
“Vivienne Roumani’s “Out of Print” won top honors in the grand jury documentary category.”
… Roumani keeps everything in order … diversity of sourcing … are impressive… “Out of Print” will inform and make you think twice … “
deadCenter Film Festival review: “Out of Print”
Daily Oklahoman, June 8, 2013
“This elegant and thoughtful film….”
Out of Print – What’s happening to books?
Miriam Seidel, July 17, 2013
Not for Fun Only
Fun & Enlightenment in San Francisco, June 21, 2013
San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 4, 2013
SIFF week 1: 10 movies to see
Movies we recommend at Seattle International Film Festival, May 17-23, 2013.
Seattle Times, May 16, 2013
‘Out of Print’
Moira Macdonald and John Hartl
SIFF Sighting: Out Of Print (documentary; USA)
Cinebanter, May 15, 2013
“Director Vivienne Roumani tangles with the thorny questions that the digital revolution poses to the future of the book in Out of Print without taking sides. It’s a choice that results in an unexpectedly engaging hour of B-roll and talking heads…” MARK BAUMGARTEN
Documentary Film Investigates the (Alleged) Death of Books
Bloomberg Business Week Technology
Brad Stone, May 13, 2013
Global Art Laid Out
Tribeca Talks: ‘Out of Print’: Discussing the Future of Publishing with Filmmaker Vivienne Roumani
Olga Zapisek, May 17, 2013
A review of the movie Out of Print at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival
Joseph Jagde, May 13, 2013
Brandon Harris, April 29, 2013
Newport Beach Independent
Edie Crabtree, April 29th, 2013
“Three picks from the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival”
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
“Out of Print”
“Even if you don’t like reading, you’d be hard-pressed not to find this documentary captivating and extremely timely.”
Talking Tribeca: Out of Print
Movies with Abe, April 29, 2013
“Crisp, entertaining, provocative.”
Your Guide to the Digital Media Revolution
Out of Print’ Doc Examines The End of Print Books and What It Portend
Jenny Shank, April 29, 2013
“Out of Print is a well paced and organized overview of an industry in flux and the wider resulting social and cultural implications.”
Tribeca ’13: Out of Print
J.B. Spins, Monday, April 29, 2013
Jazz, film, and improvised culture.
Tribeca Review: “Out of Print”
Nick Leyland – Movie Room Reviews , 2013-04-29
Huffington Post from IndiReader (http://indiereader.com)
Long Live The Book: An Interview With Vivienne Roumani, Director Of The Indie Film, ‘Out of Print’
Tribeca 2013: 15 Films We Can’t Wait to See
Vivienne Roumani examines the effect of new technology on the publishing industry, posing the question: What will become of us in a world without books?
For the bespectacled subset of the population and those who are prone to carrying tote bags with Hermann Melville’s face printed on them, this film will bring all manner of apocalyptic thrills. It’s possible, though, that Roumani’s project has a higher purpose, examining the effect that electronic publishing has had on literacy and the way knowledge is disseminated, not just among the literati, but throughout society.
Can’t wait to see!
Enthralling future-of-books documentary, ‘Out of Print,’ to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Are books an endangered species?
By Kate Erbland
The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival is featuring a film, OUT OF PRINT, on the future of books, libraries, and learning.
There will be showings on the 25th and the 28th, with a talk featuring the filmmaker, Vivienne Roumani; NYPL President and CEO, Tony Marx, and others following the second screening.
…the much anticipated documentary Out of Print … The film offers an astute look at the journey from the written word of books through the digital information age. Jeff Bezos, Ray Bradbury, Scott Turow, Jeffrey Toobin, all offer their thoughts on this “evolution.”
New film about the future of the book debuts at Tribeca film festival.
I suppose it was only a matter of time, but I was still surprised to see an announcement of a documentary film debuting a the Tribeca Film Festival, called Out of Print.
This film, directed by Vivienne Roumani, an independent producer/director based in New York City, explores the future of the book. Roumani, a former librarian has assembled an impressive group of interviews, including the late Ray Bradbury to consider the question of what will happen to the book.
A conversation with Len Edgerly of the Kindle Chronicles
May 19, 2013
Tribeca Film Festival: Out of Print
justtwomorethings, April 29, 2013
Discussion About the Evolving Landscape of Books Following Screening of Out of Print at TFF
Sunday, Apr 28 1:30p
New York, NY
Dive into the debate over the future of ideas and questions confronting publishers that proves there is more at stake than how quickly readers can access the latest bestseller following a screening of Out of Print as part of the Tribeca Film Festival’s “Tribeca Talks: After the Movie” panel series.
The film takes an in-depth look at the milestones of the publishing industry and its attempt to adapt to the digital information age.