[Frameworks] 16mm camera repair & parts
Rob.Gawthrop at falmouth.ac.uk
Wed Oct 19 13:26:35 CDT 2011
but aren't 'media professionals' part of the problem? "those
kids who want to become media professionals" need to engage with
aesthetic/critical theory and ideology so they don't conform to the culture
On 19/10/2011 18:40, "Sandra Maliga" <neoreal at maliga.com> wrote:
> I definitely think there is a future for film as a fine arts medium.
> do not think colleges should be teaching 16mm filmmaking to
> undergraduate in cinema. I write as a person who taught film
and video for
> 25 years. Students in cinema history classes should be
taught to appreciate
> film and studio arts students should experience
handling film but kids who
> want to become media professionals do not
need to make things on celluloid.
> The aesthetics and techniques of
film and photography can be taught using
> digital equipment.
-- Sandy Maliga
On Oct 18, 2011, at 7:28 PM,
> <ccrane at ithaca.edu> <ccrane at ithaca.edu>
> hello frameworkers,
> an effort to keep 16mm and the use of the bolex
> and aaton cameras alive at
> our institution, i am looking
> for any recommendations you have for other
> folks that would like to sign on our school account.
> is it true
> that both pro cam and chambless are winding
> down their repair work because
> of retirement?! we have 30
> cameras, 4 replacement spring motors and will
> need to replenish both supplies in the coming
> couple years. we also need
> someone (besides abel
> cinetech) who can help us with the electronics
> our aatonLTRs. any and all recommendations welcome.
> i need artillery to
> counter support staff insurgency.
> many, many thanks,
> cathy lee
> associate professor
> dept. of cinema, photography & media arts
> school of communications
> ithaca college
> 953 danby road
> ithaca, ny
> (607) 274-1035
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> FrameWorks at jonasmekasfilms.com
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