Firefly cinema

From: jeanne liotta (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jun 19 2006 - 22:06:39 PDT


thanks John. All 16mm. Nope, no website
specifically for FIREFLY, but you can look here
for the Garden event calendar:
http://www.6bgarden.org//june2006.htm

  I basically just put up a flyer on the garden
gate, and my specialty is last-minute programming
decisions, mainly all free films from The Donnell
Media Center/NYPL. Firefly Cinema has been
projecting film in the Garden for 13 summers now,
yeah one of these days I should probably list all
the programs, or something.
Jeanne.

>
>
>Thanks Jeanne,
>Wish I could be there. I listed it on my site. What
>will the projection format(s) be? Is there a website I
>can link to?
>John.
>
>--- jeanne liotta <email suppressed> wrote:
>
>> GREETINGS my little fireflies.
>>
>> AS is usual, FIREFLY CINEMA will start off the
>> outdoor projection season in sympathy with the
>> Sun on the shortest night of the year: the
>> summer solstice.
>>
>> Please join us for the films of Kelly Spivey,
>> 2005 NYFA fellow, and transplant from the Rust
>> Belt region of Buffalo NY. Filmmaker will be
>> present, and will spin records along with her
>> films.
>>
>> -Poor White Trash Girl: Class Consciousness
>> -Me Myself and I
>> -How to Become Something Else
>> -Fish Under Delancey "If you see something,
>> say something" inspired this stop-motion,
>> eavesdropping, dreamlike journey film. The film
>> also follows the poet and writer Eileen Myles on
>> parts of the journey."
>>
>> "...underneath, underground, under the radar,
>> under our skin..."
>>
>>
>> (preceded by Lotte Reininger's "Snow White, Rose
>> Red' courtesy of the Donnell Media Center/NYPL
>> collection)
>>
>> FIREFLY CINEMA
>> 6TH ST AND AVE B GARDEN
>> Loisaida, New York City
>> WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21
>> AT DUSK-ish, around 9 pm?
>> FREE!
>> Rain or shine.
>>
>> brought to you by Jeanne Liotta,
>> filmmaker and gardener
>>
>> oh, and
>>
>> THE 2006 EVENTS PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE IN PART
>> BY PUBLIC
>> FUNDS FROM THE FUND FOR CREATIVE COMMUNITIES/NYS
>> COUNCIL ON
>> THE ARTS DECENTRALIZATION PROGRAM AND THE MANHATTAN
> > COMMUNITY ARTS FUND/NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF
>> CULTURAL
>> AFFAIRS, ADMINISTERED BY THE LOWER MANHATTAN
>> CULTURAL COUNCIL.
>> THE EVENTS PROGRAM WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK THE
>> TRUST FOR
>> PUBLIC LAND FOR ONGOING ASSISTANCE.
>>
>> Kelly Spivey is a 2005 Artists' Fellowship recipient
>> of
>> the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). This
>> presentation is co-sponsored by Artists & Audiences
>> Exchange, a public program of NYFA.
>
>John Porter, Toronto, Canada
>http://www.super8porter.ca/
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>Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 17:46:34 -0400
>From: email suppressed
>Subject: Beaulieu 5008S / double system sound
>
>Greetings,
>
>So I've been thinking about a new camera, for my current purposes I
>think a Super 8 camera capable of double system sound could be best. I
>have not shot sound on the Beaulieu or other double system cameras, is
>it what I would expect from shooting sync in 16 and 35 or is there some
>funk I should know about? What are the best double system sound
>cameras out there for super 8 and do they all need an external crystal
>unit? If using a crystal unit can I then use a DAT or any other type
>of sound recording device and assume good results will follow?
>
>thanks
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>Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 00:57:23 +0200
>From: Pip Chodorov <email suppressed>
>Subject: Lenny Lipton
>
>Hi all,
>I can't find any information about Lenny Lipton's films. Can anybody
>send me a short description of the kinds of things he worked on?
>Thanks in advance,
>Pip Chodorov
>
>
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>Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 19:24:00 -0400
>From: john porter <email suppressed>
>Subject: Re: Lenny Lipton
>
>I remember seeing his 3D home movies.
>John
>
>--- Pip Chodorov <email suppressed> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>> I can't find any information about Lenny Lipton's
>> films. Can anybody
>> send me a short description of the kinds of things
>> he worked on?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Pip Chodorov
>>
>>
>>
>__________________________________________________________________
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>> <email suppressed>.
>>
>
>John Porter, Toronto, Canada
>http://www.super8porter.ca/
>email suppressed
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>Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 19:12:55 -0700
>From: ev petrol <email suppressed>
>Subject: CIR super-8 splicer
>
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>howya all
> my CIR splicer is giving me big gaps between
>splices ... anyone have any tips on how to fix
>it? might I need to change the blade?
> thanks!
> Moira T
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>Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 22:03:13 -0400
>From: Kelly Shindler <email suppressed>
>Subject: Looking for Sadie Benning
>
>Please contact me off-list if you can help...with an email address.
>
>Thx in advance
>Kelly
>
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>Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 22:52:59 -0500
>From: Jason Cortlund <email suppressed>
>Subject: Re: Lenny Lipton
>
>I can't recall seeing any of his films, but I have a copy of Lipton's 1975
>THE SUPER 8 BOOK. Mostly he covers history of 8mm film, technical
>comparisons of equipment models, and a very detailed A-Z production steps
>
>Not much personal information inside other than a brief Super 8 Filmography:
>
>Children of the Golden West (59 minutes)
>Adirondack Holiday (17 minutes)
>Father's Day (9 minutes)
>Hilltop Nursery (24 minutes)
>Revelation of the Foundation (68 minutes)
>Nadine's Song (12 minutes)
>The Story of Man (11 minutes)
>
>Hope this helps a bit,
>
>Jason Cortlund
>
>
>
>On 6/19/06 5:57 PM, "Pip Chodorov" <email suppressed> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>> I can't find any information about Lenny Lipton's films. Can anybody
>> send me a short description of the kinds of things he worked on?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Pip Chodorov
> >
>>
>> __________________________________________________________________
>> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
>>
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>Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 22:54:15 -0500
>From: Chuck Kleinhans <email suppressed>
>Subject: Re: Lenny Lipton
>
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>The Canyon catalogue describes a number of them.
>
>http://www.canyoncinema.com/rentsale.html
>
>
>Personal Favorite: a wonderful structural film
>
>>
>> Doggie Diner and The Return of Doggie Diner
>>
>> The prospective renter needs no better recommendation than this:
>> Peter Kubelka purchased a print for the Austrian Film Archive. Rent
>> it while it's hot.
>>
>> 1969, 16mm, color/so, 7m, $20
>>
>> .
>
>Hippie Newsreels:
>
>
>> Let a Thousand Parks Bloom
>>
>> A film about the building of People's Park, and its ultimate
>> destruction, marking the end of an era.
>>
>> 1969, 16mm, color/so, 27m, $80
>
>
>
>> We Shall March Again
>>
>> The 1965 Vietnam Day Peace March, remembered for the Hell's Angels'
>> attack. Vividly depicted. Provides a valuable historical
>> perspective on the period, filmed by a partisan.
>>
>> Exhibition: SF Int'l Film Festival; NET; Italian TV; Cinematheque
>> Fran?aise.
>>
>> Collection: Pacific Film Archive
>>
>> 1965, 16mm, b&w/so, 8m, $25
>>
>>
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