From: owen (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Aug 23 2006 - 10:38:36 PDT
> No reason to hassle Susan because her degree of difficulty (new work
> / volunteer / Manhattan) dictates artists have to chip in or the thing
> isn't going to happen. And for anyone who would like their work
> in Tribeca, why don't you try organizing a screening yourself
> instead of
> pissing on somebody else's method. Form a collective with a bunch
> of other
> artists, work out programming, get a suitable screening space, put out
> pub... oh yeah, that all would take TIME and MONEY and YOU'RE not
I think Susan is capable of defending her position and has very
clearly done so.
I've been lucky enough to be able to present a free series here in
NYC, starting in 1998 and continuing
-less frequently than I'd like - today.
The Electrical Retrospectacle. I volunteer my time and
pay for the rentals myself. Because I love the work and want to share
it with "emerging" what-evers.
here are some of the programs if anyone is curious: http://
There are others on this list that have done the same. I don't recall
Jeanne Liotta, Brian Frye or Bradley Eros charging
filmmakers to look at their work and they charged nothing to five
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.