[Frameworks] films using the optical printer

John Woods jawoods01 at yahoo.ca
Tue Aug 12 00:23:20 UTC 2014

John Kneller does great work and IIRC he mainly works with 8mm that he blows up using his own equipment:


I'll also promote the work of my friend C.J. Brabant, whose colourful 35mm films originated from 8 and 16mm film and he then processed and printed after hours at the Vancouver Technicolor where he worked. All his works are online, my favourite is "In Earth"


On Friday, August 8, 2014 4:35:30 PM, Caryn Cline <carynycline at gmail.com> wrote:

Dear Frameworkers,

As always, your collective minds are amazing.  Thank you all for your suggestions, lists, curricula, links and insights.  I have my work cut out for me to find and screen these films, but that is one of the things I like best.

What would I do without you?


On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 9:06 AM, Caryn Cline <carynycline at gmail.com> wrote:

Dear Frameworkers,
>If I were going to undertake a series of screenings showcasing optical printer techniques, what work would you recommend?  What is the best work for understanding the cinematic potential in optical printing?  Are there any texts that could be included?  I'm asking for my own enlightenment and to take my own OP work to another level, but I might also try to put together a public screening at some point.
>Many thanks, as always, for your thoughts and advice.
>Caryn Cline
>Experimental Filmmaker & Teacher
>Co-producer & cinematographer, Acts of Witness


Caryn Cline
Experimental Filmmaker & Teacher

Co-producer & cinematographer, Acts of Witness

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