From: owen (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jul 12 2007 - 19:05:52 PDT
On Jul 12, 2007, at 9:46 PM, ben d wrote:
> For short loops i do just what John suggested. For longer loops I
> haven't yet developed a solution so i cut frames each side of the
> splice and put them on core. With larger loops you just have to cut
> and prep on site or trust the gallery staff to follow instructions.
> "It is a society, and not a technique, which has made the cinema
> like this. It could have been historical examinations, theory,
> essay, memoirs. It could have been the film I am making at this
> moment." -Guy Debord
>> From: john porter <email suppressed>
>> Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List
>> <email suppressed>
>> To: email suppressed
>> Subject: Re: storing film loops
>> Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2007 21:31:55 -0400
>> > cardboard 35mm storage boxes.
>> > plastic storage bins
>> > garbage bags
>> It's an interesting problem.
>> What about just film cans w/o reels? As big as needed.
>> > --- "k. a.r." <email suppressed> wrote:
>> > > hi there, does anybody have good ideas on storing
>> > > lots of shorter film loops
>> > > without cutting the splice to put it on a reel or
>> > > core?
>> John Porter, Toronto, Canada
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