From: Jeff Kreines (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Nov 08 2006 - 19:51:08 PST
On Nov 8, 2006, at 3:00 PM, Carolyn Faber wrote:
> I'm looking for prints of the film 'He' by Tom Palazzolo. I am
> working with Tom and Chicago Filmmakers to have it preserved.
> Tom's own print and a print held by Canyon are not identical, and
> the A&B rolls have been pillaged for shots that appear in at least
> one later film. The A&B rolls are also damaged. So I'm trying to
> find at least two prints that are alike, or very close, to help
> determine whether there is/was ever a definitive version of the
> film and if so, what that might have looked like.
Tom always re-cut films before striking new prints -- and sometimes
borrowed shots from one film to use in another. I remember seeing
trims from a film we made together, RICKY & ROCKY, end up in a recut
version of AMERICA'S IN REAL TROUBLE. I believe HE had similar
things done to it. Tom always referred to it as "creative conforming."
What sort of damage do the A&B rolls have? I may be able to help it
it's physical/shrinkage/torn perfs etc.
Say hi to Tom!
Jeff "made several films with Tom when I was very very young" Kreines
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