From: Ed Halter (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Aug 19 2007 - 06:03:18 PDT
FYI some info from last year's Rotterdam FF
Quoting Mark Webber <email suppressed>:
> dear amanda
> for information on the the dutch coop & electric cinema, i'd recommend you
> contact :-
> Tina Bastajian <email suppressed>
> Barbara Meter <email suppressed>
> also, try to reach Daniel Singelenberg, who was a filmmaker and, i think,
> now writes on film for one of the dutch newspapers.
> with best wishes,
>> Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2007 12:01:28 -0400
>> From: amanda christie <email suppressed>
>> Subject: amsterdam film co-op from 1970s ?
>> greetings all,
>> I'm doing some research and I found some vague
>> references to the existence of an "Amsterdam
>> Filmmakers Cooperatie" in the late 1960s early
>> 1970s... but I can't find any specific details.
>> The references I found came from the "mm2:
>> Experimental film the Nederlands vanaf 1960" published
>> by deFilmbank and deBalie.
>> In one instance it says that the Amsterdam Filmmakers
>> Cooperative never got off the ground (and came before
>> the inception of the Electric Cinema and STOFF), and
>> in another instance someone actually mentions using
>> resources at the Amsterdam Filmmakers Co-op.
>> But I can't find any details on the web.
>> Has anyone heard of this co-op and know its history?
>> i.e. did it actually ever exist as a functioning
>> entity and if so for how long and in what capacity?
>> There are also references to the Nederlandse
>> Filmmakers Cooperatie which I'm assuming was a
>> different entity altogether, but perhaps not.
>> If anyone has any detailed information on either the
>> Amsterdam Filmmakers Cooperative or the Nederlandse
>> Filmmakers Cooperative, I would be very much
>> Amanda Dawn Christie
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.