[Frameworks] David Han/Frameworkers interested in 16/35 loopers

From: andrew lennox (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jan 04 2011 - 09:48:05 PST

Hi David, Not sure if you are still interested but LIFT has, as of August, 2 custom built 16/35 loopers.  They are quite nice and reasonably priced at $60 CAN/week.  They are also quite large.  I'm not positive but they look like they could accommodate about 2000ft of 16mm so I would guess maybe 1000ft of 35mm (it might even be more, the footprint of the base plate is about 2' x 2').    As for the analyst, I forgot to ask, sorry, but like i said, i know they do have one in repair.  I also have one that I need to repair.  It is a kodak athena.  Unfortunately, it is in San Francisco right now.  I intend to bring it back in June.  Assuming it is repairable, you are welcome to use it for as long as necessary.  Not sure if this is helpful but i just thought i'd try to give you some options. Also, I thought this might be interesting for other frameworkers as well as I have seen many posts by people looking to rent loopers.  here is LIFT's site for future reference: www.lift.on.ca happy filmmaking in 2011, andrew ps.  LIFT also has a great artist-in-residence program.  There's lots of gear there that is difficult for artists to access in most other cities, Niagara Custom Lab is dedicated to artist films and the film community in Toronto is very appreciative of the opportunity to learn from visiting artists. ________________________________ From: Kim Knowles <email suppressed> To: email suppressed Sent: Tue, January 4, 2011 7:51:56 AM Subject: [Frameworks] Call for submissions: Black (address suppressed) International Film Festival Dear Frameworkers,   BLACK BOX at Edinburgh International Film Festival invites experimental submissions of any length, both film (16mm, 35mm) and video.   BLACK BOX is EIFF's dedicated platform for showcasing experimental cinema from around the world. 2010 saw screenings of films by Tomonari Nishikawa, David Gatten, Robert Todd, Mike Hoolboom, Daichi Saito, Janis Crystal Lipzin, Thorsten Fleisch, Eileen Richardson and many others. BB particularly welcomes celluloid in all forms, shapes and sizes (except, sadly, 8mm)!   As of 2011, EIFF submission fees extend to experimental film, but fee waivers are available for Frameworkers. Just get in touch with me directly before you submit.   Festival dates: June 15-26, 2011   Submission deadlines: Early bird: Monday January 31, 2011 Late: Monday February 14, 2011   Submission process: http://www.edfilmfest.org.uk/submissions   I'll be in Rotterdam from January 26 - 31 if you're planning to be there and want to avoid postage costs too! Looking forward to seeing you and/or your works.   Kim Knowles Curator, Black Box

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