Dusty Stacks is distributed on 16mm /// you can get one with a vocal track on
the print and another without vocals and Jodie serenades live, y'all.
> On Jul 20, 2014, at 3:08 PM, John Woods <jawood...@yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Alain, while I'm primarily interested in experimental or artists films, I'd
> open up to mainstream films too. I'm more broadly interested in the state of
> 16mm film as an exhibition format and not necessarily experimental. If
> Spielberg decided to distribute his latest on 16mm, then that would count. I
> guess I'm biased in my thinking that a 16mm print nowadays is an indulgence
> for the creator and few mainstream filmmakers are going to convince their
> distributor to pick up the bill for the print.
> That surf film sounds pretty interesting. A throwback to the days of Warren
> Miller touring his films. The ski/surf/skate genre is in away similar to
> experimental film. Its a niche audience of practitioners and the films are
> plot-less compositions of beautiful visuals.
> I know it was shot on 16mm, but is Jodie Mack's Dusty Stacks of Mom available
> on 16mm? Thats about 40 minutes.
> Also sorry everyone for the double posts, not sure why or how to fix this
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