Re: Experimental films showing at various Universities

From: Pip Chodorov (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Nov 26 2008 - 16:47:01 PST

On that note, I may comment that over the past two years Re:Voir has
acquired a dozen 16mm projectors that we have repaired and now rent
out regularly to museums, galleries and cultural centers, along with
loopers when requested. The main idea was to demonstrate that 16mm is
easy and affordable, especially compared with video technology. It
turns out to be quite good business to rent these as well. I would
recommend anyone in a city with cultural centers to acquire a few
used projectors and make them available affordably to anyone who
wants to screen film.
-Pip Chodorov, Re:Voir

At 15:09 -0800 26/11/08, C Keefer wrote:
>There's a huge 16mm presentation problem. My comments are more on this.
>At CVM, we talk and email with programmers & organizations every
>week who are looking for and would be happy to rent experimental
>film x or y as a 16mm print (usually from Canyon), but they no
>longer have a 16mm projector, have access to one, or know how to
>find one.

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.