From: Amy Miller (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 28 2009 - 10:09:07 PDT
Hi Ken, Hi Alain!
Thanks for the postings and your help! I'll try to contact Adam
Liberman in Portland... It may be easier to bring the repairman to the
flatbed?! Anyone know where or how to contact Gibbs Chapman? Is Alain
thinking of Wayne at Wild Strawberries Editorial at Lee Utterbach Film
Center? If so, I gave him a call, and Wayne suggested Moviola in
LA...I had spoke with Jerry at Moviola, who said he didn't think there
was anyone in the world who was repairing moviola flatbeds, and their
techs left years ago. I am imagining that not every moviola flatbed
repairman has crossed over, and may be willing and able to help?!
I'll try to see if I can get in touch with Warren Haack at SFSU about
this, and thanks again for the suggestions! If there are any more that
come to mind, I would be very grateful....
On Jul 27, 2009, at 11:38 AM, 40 Frames wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 10:06 AM, Ken Wood <email suppressed> wrote:
>> anybody know someone who repairs moviola flatbeds in or around San
>> Ken Wood
>> UWM film dept
> I'd say Adam Liberman, but he lives in Portland now.
> You might try Warren Haack who is the tech out at SFSU. Or Gibbs
> Chapman. Or the fellow who runs Strawberry films whose name I am
> blanking on right now.
> 40 FRAMES
> Alain LeTourneau
> Pam Minty
> 9008 N Mohawk Ave
> Portland, OR 97203
> +1 503 231 6548
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