Re: Fogged Film From Airport X-rays

From: Freya (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 09 2007 - 17:45:47 PST

Hmmm! :)

Yes it should be intresting to see what he does with

I do completely love the concept! Very much, but I
kind of like a bit more than concept in film or art. I
hope it turns out beautiful too!

Hmmm, wouldn't the cockpit be the least safe place to
keep it? I guess if they found no timer then it would
be safe. ;)



--- Pip Chodorov <email suppressed> wrote:

> Well in New York I met a Finnish filmmaker who was
> delighted with
> airport fogging. He said Ektachrome that had been
> through the Chicago
> airport was particularly striking, but he also raved
> about some tri-X
> that was fogged in the Miami airort. It seems he had
> done a series of
> tests with different stocks at different airports.
> Maybe we'll be
> able to see his film someday and learn something...
> Today for the first time, airport security, instead
> of x-raying my
> film, put it in the cockpit for safe keeping. But
> isn't it annoying
> when they say that there is more radiation up in the
> plane than in
> the x-ray machine?
> Pip Chodorov
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> <email suppressed>.

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