From: Stephen Kent Jusick (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jun 02 2008 - 23:12:23 PDT
If anyone can go to this, I'd love to hear a report!
June 7- July 6, 2008
Take more than 100 Eumig 607 and 610 projectors, put them in the 1000
sq metre cellar of a former brewery, add amateur film loops spanning
every decade and major event from 1930 to now and you've got yourself
the world's biggest Super 8 screening.
"100x Berlin" is exactly that.
Open from 2pm to 10pm daily ('til midnight on Fridays and Saturdays
for screenings with musical accompaniment) at the Prenzlauer Berg
Brewery from June 7th to July 6th, this incredible feat of small film
screening paints a fascinating history of Berlin, from the war, the
wall, the city's zoo right through to family Christmas's, 8mm has
captured the ups and downs of an ever changing city.
Hope to see you in Berlin!
Click onsuper8 webpage
for the poster for full details (in English) or visit
http://www.100xBerlin.de for more.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.