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
2) For professional labs, CinÚdia
http://www.cinedia.fr/ or Neyrac
http://www.gtc.fr/. For cooperative labs
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
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.
At 8:57 +0000 27/09/08, Christopher Harris wrote:
>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.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.