Re: Submissions for Film Screening in Bloomington, IN

From: Matt Starr (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 16 2010 - 07:57:10 PDT

Hello Curtis, I actually happen to live around there and will be able to give you a film or 2 for your event.

Good luck!

-Matt Starr

p.s. I've heard of that class your taking, it's quite a good one and people speak very highly of the teacher.
On Mar 11, 2010, at 12:20 PM, Curtis Miller wrote:

> This is my first post on FRAMEWORKS and I want to start by saying
> hello to everyone out there. I've been reading posts on here for a
> while and have found many (especially the recent conversation of
> pinhole photography) both enlightening and inspiring. It's wonderful
> to see such a sharing and helpful community of filmmakers.
> Here's my first contribution. For my final assignment for
> C420(Downtown Avant-Garde, the study of the intersections of music,
> film and theatre in the 1970-1980s, particularly the No Wave movement)
> I am organizing a multimedia event combining film, music, and
> performance art at a local venue/bar called the Bishop, located in
> downtown Bloomington, IN, less than a mile from Indiana University's
> campus.
> I am looking for submissions from anyone who might be interested. It
> does not have to fit the category of "Downtown," and does not need to
> be Transgressive, No Wave, etc. It is a non-profit gig and I will not
> be able to pay anyone for their contribution, although I will make
> sure that whatever is sent to me will find its way back to its
> producer. It would be nice if you could send a DVD or VHS transfer,
> that way I don't have to worry about returning a film print. The films
> will play in between performances on a large screen at the rear of the
> stage.
> If interested, feel free to contact me at email suppressed
> Thanks,
> Curtis Byrnside Miller
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