From: Keith Sanborn (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Mar 06 2006 - 07:56:51 PST
It's too bad Bill treats this as an exclusive commodity-which it's
not-rather than an occasion for fellowship. I'll write you offlist as
>hi, yeah, keith, I did notice that the price was $30,
>if you wanted to see the entire thing w/ them,
>which seemed a little expensive to me. so,
>I wound up not passing through, although I was
>interested in the fellowship. I'm really happy that they
>put it together, but was a little unhappy w/ the format
>and price of their event. They may have had
>take-a-ways, but if they weren't projecting w/
>subtitles and etc, then they probably didn't.
>... I'm in the process of transferring the pal
>dvds to ntsc dvds, and planning to slap the english subtitles
>on the dvds, and then, if possible, offer the same program,
>probably for free if I can get the space, but
>also provide the ntsc dvds w/ subtitles for the people.
>will let you know if this happens anytime soon.
>I'll look for artforum article.
>On Sat, 4 Mar 2006, Keith Sanborn wrote:
>>It looks like Bill Brown (aka Not Bored!) the hypocrite who gnashed
>>his teeth and wailed about my subtitled version of Society of the
>>Spectacle 10 years ago selling originally for $30 to justify his
>>bootlegging it for $5, is getting greedy again exploiting someone
>>else's labor. Only he's not even offering copies, just admission to
>>a screening and none of the money for Bill Brown's screening goes
>>to the Debord estate.
>For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.