Re: William Hindle and the cans of vinegar

From: Freya (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Aug 24 2006 - 01:16:37 PDT

Sometimes when people mention films or filmakers I do
a search on google to try and find out more, sometimes
I get lucky, sometimes not. It's a bit silly really
but it's nice to read a description and imagine what
the films might be like. Sometimes I am a little
dissapointed as with Angers Mouse Heaven as I was
already starting to imagine it might be a depictation
of the mouse afterlife or celestial reality or
something and the description didn't live up to it.

However in the case of William Hindle there is a whole

with its own domain and everything. Sadly it doesn't
really describe the films at all, maybe they are
indescribable really. Many experimental films are but
people often try and it can give you nice ideas, even
if those ideas are nothing like what the film is like.

I guess if the films are going vinegary, now might be
a good time to rent them out and screen them to people
before they are gone forever. I expect it could be
fun, although I've never seen any of his films.



--- owen <email suppressed> wrote:

> I opened a can at the filmmakers coop once and the
> vinegar smell came
> out. it was a print of "non catholic cam" by will
> hindle from 1966, I
> think. The print had never been screened. It was
> almost thirty years
> old. I screened it at a program and it was
> beautiful. It's black and
> white. It didn't fall apart or burst into flames and
> back it went. I
> hope it's ok.
> owen
> On Aug 23, 2006, at 6:08 PM, Jeff Kreines wrote:
> > On Aug 23, 2006, at 4:52 PM, owen wrote:
> >
> >> That was a joke son.
> >>
> >
> > I know. But I wanted to remind others of the
> danger...
> >
> > Jeff "hates the smell of vinegar in the morning"
> Kreines
> >
> >
> >
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> <email suppressed>.
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