From: owen (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Mar 04 2006 - 08:18:17 PST
At this point in time, I think, we need new prints or original
negatives scanned to 4K.
From there as HD projection improves, we get closer to the point when
digital projection replicates film projection. Just add whirring.
Really, I think, these works should be preserved and the exhibition
and distribution will take care of itself.
Legal ownership and distribution rights are still a factor. But easy
everyday access to full res images is only years away.
Things are really changing in terms of distribution, I think. This
film res stuff is getting closer to home.
More accessible than Brakhage's 8 mm prints ever were. What do you
film technophiles think?
> --- owen <email suppressed> wrote:
>> Is anyone here aware of any restoration underway of
>> Scott Bartlett's
>> work ?
>> It's going red everywhere. 'cept for a couple
>> Kodahchrome prints in
>> If not, how can I help? Anyone know who's in charge
>> of his estate?
>> Archive, whatever?
>> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
>> <email suppressed>.
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