I thought SLEEP was shot with just a few 100-ft loads, repeated in the contact printer to stretch it out to five hours and twenty minutes. Anyone have more information?

At 1:09 -0500 13/02/12, Damon wrote:

Between Giorno and P. Adams Sitney, there are claims from both ends of the spectrum (poet to historian) that Warhol shot Sleep with 100' foot rolls. Giorno even claims in the MoMA interview that Warhol was even hand winding the camera at the beginning of filming.
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