Re: Screening and a question

From: Chris Lynn (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Oct 18 2008 - 16:16:28 PDT

Helo Roger,
Chris Lynn here,
I am looking forward to screening your piece this Sat-
I have got a question-A filmmaker and author, who is also a friend of mine, wants to screen some of the Utopia program I put together 2 years ago at the Calder bookshop in London on November 7th-your film Rock/Hard place was part of the program. I just want to make sure it is ok with you before I give him the OK. The filmmaker is Robert Robertson-his email address is here-(address suppressed) He puts together really good programs-this one is called the Other America-he is screeing one of my films as well
I think he was going to email you anyway, but I wanted to check with you first. Hope you are well.
Cheers, Chris

--- On Fri, 9/26/08, Roger Beebe <email suppressed> wrote:

> From: Roger Beebe <email suppressed>
> Subject: FLEX deadline approaching
> To: email suppressed
> Date: Friday, September 26, 2008, 12:10 PM
> All,
> I just wanted to send out an email reminding you that the
> regular
> entry deadline for submitting to FLEX, the Florida
> Experimental Film/
> Video Festival is fast approaching (Oct. 1). We've
> received a number
> of great entries already, but I do want to encourage
> everyone to
> submit. As further encouragement (beyond a mere prodding),
> let me
> remind you that there is no entry fee for international
> entries or
> festival alumni and that the entry fee for US entries is
> only $10.
> (That jumps to $20 after the regular deadline passes.) We
> give out
> awards, largely in cash, totaling more than $2000, if
> that's any
> additional incentive to enter.
> We do hope that you'll send in your work and that
> you'll encourage
> others to do the same. I'm attaching our call for
> entries below.
> Best,
> Roger Beebe
> Artistic Director
> FLEX, the Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival
> ________________________________________
> FLEX, the Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival, is now
> accepting
> submissions for its third biennial competitive festival
> taking place
> February 17-22, 2009 in Gainesville, FL. The exclusive
> focus of the
> festival is on experimental short media, but we encourage
> artists to
> challenge us to rethink what “experimental” means.
> Work may draw on
> documentary, animation, avant garde, underground, or other
> traditions
> —-or no traditions at all. Cash and in-kind prizes will
> be awarded
> in each of 4 categories (film/video, small/large).
> Previous jurors
> have included Craig Baldwin, Naomi Uman, Mike Plante, and
> Tony
> Gault. In addition, the festival has hosted numerous
> filmmakers
> including Jim Trainor, Leighton Pierce, Deborah Stratman,
> Bill Brown,
> Jim Finn, Robert Todd, and Scott Stark.
> Entry form and guidelines available at
> <>. The
> regular entry deadline is October 1, but we encourage early
> submission.
> Entry Fee:
> No entry fee for festival alumni or for international
> entries.
> For US entries:
> Regular--$10 (postmark by October 1)
> Late--$20 (postmark by November 1)
> Send entries to:
> Box 12762
> Gainesville, FL 32604
> Questions? <email suppressed>
> __________________________________________________________________
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> <email suppressed>.

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