Re: Shoot Shoot Shoot

From: Adam Hyman (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Oct 15 2007 - 15:59:21 PDT

Hi Mark,

I'm interested in screening it in Los Angeles in early 2008. Maybe someone
at SF Cinematheque of PFA would also be interested and we can give it a
couple of California stops.



On 10/15/07 3:13 PM, "Mark Webber" <email suppressed> wrote:

> dear adam, jonathan and all
> the 'condensed' version of "shoot shoot shoot" is still available for hire
> from LUX.
> the two 16mm programmes are having their first north american screenings
> this fall at Portland Cinema Project (16-17 october) and Toronto
> Cinematheque Ontario (24-25 november).
> this package was put together late last year to support the LUX/Re:Voir
> release of a "Shoot Shoot Shoot" DVD which includes 13 single screen films
> from the London Film-Makers' Cooperative and British Avant-Garde Film of the
> 1960s & 1970s (inc. work by Malcolm Le Grice, Peter Gidal, Lis Rhodes, Guy
> Sherwin, Annabel Nicolson, John Smith, Marilyn Halford, Mike Leggett,
> Stephen Dwoskin, Jeff Keen, William Raban, Chris Welsby and David Crosswaite
> plus a 48 page English/French booklet).
> the DVD is available to order online from
> the current touring programme and DVD have about half the titles in common
> but both include films that the other doesn't.
> both are essential !
> mark
>> Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 13:36:20 -0700
>> From: Adam Hyman <email suppressed>
>> Subject: Re: Cinema Project Presents -- Shoot Shoot Shoot
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>> It was available for touring a couple of years ago, available through Lux,
>> I believe. I didn't know it was still available.
>> Best,
>> Adam
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