From: john porter (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Mar 19 2007 - 10:31:58 PDT
A lot of talk about prints (eg - "we always obtain
prints, if at all possible.") but super 8 prints are
rare now. Do you show at least some super 8 or 8mm
originals every year? I love original film.
I've only ever been to the Ann Arbor 8mm Film
Festival. After that ended, did your festival start
showing small format films regularly?
--- Ken Bawcom <email suppressed> wrote:
> I am almost certain they will be 16mm prints. Her
> films have always
> been exhibited as prints here in the past. And, I
> believe I heard we
> were getting prints. I will call the office tomorrow
> and confirm this.
> We always do our best to get prints.
> Her films are of course not in competition. But,
> when films/videos are
> submitted in competition, if the application form
> says they were made
> on film, but they have a video format listed for
> exhibition, we always
> ask if they can possibly send us a print. Of course,
> often that is not
> possible, because the film was transfered to, and
> edited in, video, and
> not conformed. This interchange means that we may
> not always know what
> format we will be showing at the time the program is
> finalized, and
> posted on our site. But, we always obtain prints, if
> at all possible.
> Our printed program has listed the exhibition
> formats in the past, and
> I presume will do so this year. I am involved with
> screening and
> programming of competition films. Others contact the
> makers, to see
> what is the best format we can obtain. So, I don't
> always know, until
> opening night or the day before, when I get a
> Ken B.
> Quoting john porter <email suppressed>:
> > Thanks Ken,
> > I can't find many formats listed, production or
> > projection, on your website.
> > "newly remastered collection of Helen Hillís 16mm
> > films"
> > Does this mean new 16mm prints?
> > John.
> > --- 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
> >> 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
> >> of his new
> >> projector performances.
> >> The festival jurors this year include David
> >> and Deborah
> >> Stratman who will be presenting programs of their
> >> films. This is in
> >> addition to all of the great new film and video
> >> exhibited in many
> >> programs over six full days.
> >> The full schedule is at www.aafilmfest.org
> >> -David Dinnell
> >> ----- End forwarded message -----
> >> David asked me to forward the above message. I
> >> like to add that I
> >> think we have an exceptionally strong program of
> >> entries in competition
> >> this year, with several of my personal favorite
> >> 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
> >> as can will
> >> attend, and enjoy the wide variety of fine film
> >> video, shown in a
> >> wonderfully restored old theater. The Festival
> >> begins this coming
> >> Tuesday, March 20th, and continues through
> >> March 25th. All
> >> pertinent info, including detailed schedules, are
> >> available at
> >> www.aafilmfest.org.
> >> Ken Bawcom
> >> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> >> <email suppressed>.
> > John Porter, Toronto, Canada
> > http://www.super8porter.ca/
> > email suppressed
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