Re: 35mm editing equipment

From: Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Oct 23 2009 - 13:04:03 PDT

Try Al Limeres at Christy's Editorial in Burbank. (818) 845-1755.

enjoy today...

Dinorah de Jesús Rodríguez
Film/Video Artist and Freelance Writer

On Oct 23, 2009, at 1:13 PM, Philippe Leonard wrote:

> Hello frameworkers,
> I'm a second year undergrad from Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema
> studying experimental cinema with Richard Kerr and
> I would like to know if any of you have an idea on where I could grab
> some 35mm editing equipment for cheap or even for free ?
> We have a 35mm steenbeck at the school but it can be accessed within
> certain permission hours only. On top of that, the type of work I'm
> doing is Darkroom-based and only master students have access to the
> school's darkroom; I would really like to get my own equipment and
> work at home with my light table as long as I want; I think that my
> project would really benefit from extended hours because it's my first
> time with 35mm and I need to do a lot of tests. Basically I'm looking
> for a splicer (ideally CIR), rewinds and gang syncs.
> If you have any advice for me please contact off-list.
> Thank you very much and I hope I don't bother to put that kind of post
> in the discussion list.
> Philippe Leonard
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