Re: building a film loop

From: Sannsussi Lovetemple (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Mar 16 2007 - 08:28:04 PDT

i'm about to do the same thing.
i did it years ago hanging reels from the ceiling to guide the film -
zigzagging in back and forth I connected the loop once it was strung.- a 4
minute loop. thankfully it was a big room.
i'm curious about this teflon business. would you mind sending any tips my
i'd be hugely appreciative - i'm trying to convince a museum that its a
worthy endeavor - fuck video projectors!
micaela o'herlihy

>From: heather trawick <email suppressed>
>Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
>To: email suppressed
>Subject: building a film loop
>Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 03:55:16 +0000
>I am trying to help a friend build a minute and a half 16mm film loop for
>an upcoming installation. Forgive me as I don't really know the technical
>jargon to well, and am a first timer at building one of these. We were
>thinking of builing one of the loops that has a hortizontal disc on the
>top... any suggestions or tips in making one of these? It has also been
>suggested that we coat the film with teflon. Has anyone out there done
>this? if so any suggestions as to purchasing it. we are located in toronto.
>Please feel free to e mail me off list as well, email suppressed
>thanks for any help..
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