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$100 & a T-Shirt: A Documentary About Zines in the Northwest ()

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Summary: A cultural analysis of what causes zine makers to tick; what the hell zines are, why people make zines, the origin of zines, the resources and community available for zine makers, and the future of zines. Interviews with about 70 zine makers, ex-zine makers, and readers from the northwest. Featuring footage of the Portland Zine Symposium, other zine related events, and activities bringing zine culture to life... (imdb)

Genre: Documentary

Country: USA

Directed By: Joe Biel, Phil Sano

Written By: Joe Biel, Basil Shadid

Starring: Jon Van Oast

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$100 & a T-Shirt: A Documentary About Zines in the Northwest belongs to 3 collections
1. Writers and writing (public: moderated by djross - 5 stars)
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Sep 14, 2016 kyleloomis kyle.loomis
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Jun 26, 2016 CasKing
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Apr 14, 2009 imdb imdb
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Dec 18, 2008 FitFortDanga MartinTeller
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Lots of emo kids and attention whores. It's weird how distant I feel from this scene now. I used to like zines (even did my own, for 1-2 issues) but now they seem kinda pathetic, all these people were wanna-be counter-culture superstars just by scribbling a lot of crap and pasting it together. Just like I used to be. Also, the video quality was horrible. Still, I watched the whole thing without being bored, and even momentarily toyed with the idea of doing another zine.
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