Re: Paris help

From: Pip Chodorov (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Sep 27 2008 - 02:43:29 PDT


1) You can buy Kodak film at the Kodak cash and
carry desk, 46 rue Poncelet, metro Ternes, open
M-F 9-5.

2) For professional labs, CinÚdia
http://www.cinedia.fr/ or Neyrac
http://www.gtc.fr/. For cooperative labs
L'Abominable
http://www.l-abominable.org/index-en.html or Etna
http://www.etna-cinema.net/. For L'Abominable you
will need time to become a member and reserve the
lab which can take months, but this is the most
economic and most versatile, hands-on solution.

3) October 4th is the white night with events,
exhibits and screenings around the city all night
long
http://www.paris.fr/portail/nb2008/Portal.lut?page_id=8707.
It may be hard to organize something at this late
date since subsidies require that groups plan
ahead, but you may be able to find a space in
central Paris that is open to participating.

-Pip Chodorov

At 8:57 +0000 27/09/08, Christopher Harris wrote:
>Hello all,
>
>Can anyone tell me where in Paris I might be able to:
>
>1) buy 16mm film on 100' daylight spools (b/w
>reversal preferred... color or neg. ok)
>
>2) get that 16mm film processed (and if necessary printed)
>
>3) find an experimental film screening (in
>Paris) on the weekend of Oct. 3rd and 4th
>
>Thanks in advance. On or off list is fine.
>
>CH

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