[Frameworks] Another Sale of Cinema Items

From: info (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Nov 25 2010 - 13:06:49 PST

Hello all:

We're having another sale of film and photographic items this Saturday,
November 27 from 10AM-5PM at 275 Capp Street in San Francisco.
Many Bell and Howell 16mm and 8mm projectors, 35mm film strip projectors,
projection screens, slide projectors viewers, light boxes, 35mm film strips,
splicers, film cans, projectors, reels, vintage cases, lenses, film and
cinema books.

Other items include lps, cassettes and lots of miscellaneous and very cool
junk collected over the years.
Address is 275 Capp St in San Francisco.
(Between 17th and 18th, Mission and South Van Ness)
3rd Floor.
Sorry no shipping or mail order.

PS: Donšt forget to sign up for our screening mailing list or watch our
screening schedule updates on facebook at Oddball Film+Video.

Best regards,

Stephen Parr
Oddball Films
Oddball Film+Video
275 Capp Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone 415-558-8117

About Oddball Films
Oddball Films is the film component of Oddball Film+Video, a stock footage
company providing offbeat and unusual film footage for feature films like
Milk, documentaries like The Summer of Love, television programs like
Mythbusters, clips for Boing Boing and web projects around the world.
Our films are almost exclusively drawn from our collection of over 50,000
16mm prints of animation, commercials, educationals, feature films, movie
trailers, medical, industrial military, news out-takes and every genre in
between. Wešre actively working to present rarely screened genres of cinema
as well as avant garde and ethno-cultural documentaries which expand the
boundaries of cinema. Oddball Films is the largest film archive in Northern
California and one of the most unusual private collections in the US. We
invite you to join us for our award-winning weekly offerings of offbeat

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