From: Shumona Goel Future East (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Sep 12 2008 - 02:01:32 PDT
Thank you so much for this advice... I'll follow up with all the names
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From: "amanda christie" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 10:50 PM
Subject: Film - amsterdam
> the pro-film lab in amsterdam is called Cineco.
> it's located more on the outskirts of the city in a more industrial
> area... but it's right next to a metro stop, so it's easy to get to. i
> can't remember the exact metro stop... but you can probably get detailed
> directions from them:
> they will do 16mm, but not super 8.
> for super 8, i would definitely go to rotterdam. it's only 1 hour and 10
> minutes away by train. the Super 8 reversal lab is really really super
> great. Frank is wonderful.
> you can also get super 8 equipment repaired there.
> as for bolex repair in amsterdam, i'm not sure.
> you could probably contact the folks at the filmwerkplaats in rotterdam...
> they might have some suggestions for you, because they have lots of
> bolexes, and i'm sure that the occasional one must get sent out for repair
> from time to time: www.filmwerkplaats.com
> i hope that helps.
> (currently in sackville, nb, canada)
>> I am travelling to Amsterdam next month and need to repair
>> my 16mm Bolex =
>> and my Super 8 camera. I am also looking for a good lab
>> that processes =
>> 8mm/ Super 8 and 16mm film.
>> I was wondering if anyone could recommend the right people.
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