From: Alex McCarron (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Feb 02 2010 - 10:56:00 PST
Did anyone get this? I'm not sure I know how Frameworks works and the "help"
e-mail address is sending my e-mails back.
On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 2:54 PM, Alex McCarron <email suppressed>wrote:
> Hey Frameworks,
> I have a question none of my friends can answer. I need the name of two
> different films I saw forever ago:
> 1. It's a 16mm, B&W film. It's made up of these short shots of people's
> backs on a city street. Each shot lasts about a second and then immediately
> cuts to black.
> 2. It was referenced in Priit Parn's 1895 when the one Lumiere brother sees
> this frenetic scratch-on-film shape on a desk. He procedes to hit it with a
> brick and the tint of the film changes from green to red. The scene can be
> viewed here:
> Thanks a lot!
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