Re: 45th Ann Arbor Film Festival

From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Mar 16 2007 - 23:55:52 PDT

Thanks Ken,
I can't find many formats listed, production or
projection, on your website.
"newly remastered collection of Helen Hillís 16mm
Does this mean new 16mm prints?

--- Ken Bawcom <email suppressed> wrote:

> ----- Forwarded message from email suppressed
> -----
> Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 07:33:10 -0600
> Frameworkers,
> There are a number of programs that may be of
> particular interest to
> FWers at the Ann Arbor Film Festival which begins
> next week.
> Toshio Matsumoto and Ken Jacobs will be present for
> two programs each
> of their work.
> Boston filmmaker Robert Todd will be there with a
> program of his
> recent films and Bruce McClure will present several
> of his new
> projector performances.
> The festival jurors this year include David Gatten
> and Deborah
> Stratman who will be presenting programs of their
> films. This is in
> addition to all of the great new film and video work
> exhibited in many
> programs over six full days.
> The full schedule is at
> -David Dinnell
> ----- End forwarded message -----
> David asked me to forward the above message. I would
> like to add that I
> think we have an exceptionally strong program of
> entries in competition
> this year, with several of my personal favorite film
> makers returning,
> with excellent works, after too long an absence.
> That includes Carl
> Brown, Francois Miron, and Paul Winkler, to name
> just a few that come
> easily to my tired mind. We hope that as many of you
> as can will
> attend, and enjoy the wide variety of fine film and
> video, shown in a
> wonderfully restored old theater. The Festival
> begins this coming
> Tuesday, March 20th, and continues through Sunday,
> March 25th. All
> pertinent info, including detailed schedules, are
> available at
> Ken Bawcom
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> <email suppressed>.

John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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