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Dominique De Bast
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 - posted October 28, 2018 06:21 PM      Profile for Dominique De Bast   Email Dominique De Bast   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Waw.

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Claus Harding
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 - posted October 30, 2018 01:21 PM      Profile for Claus Harding   Email Claus Harding   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Sunday came, and people started packing and leaving. There was the sense of not saying "Good-bye", instead saying: "Until next time". CineSea is like that, an expected return every six months to see each other. It is a good feeling, and a tribute to everyone involved in making it happen, including the wonderful folks at the "Ocean Holiday."

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Thank you as always for viewing and reading.
I hope the pics and words help inspire someone to make plans for CineSea Spring 2019, and gave those who can't make it a good idea of the kind of fun we have on the shore of Wildwood.

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See you in the Spring.
Claus.

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Joe Caruso
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Applause-Applause-Applause...Warm and everlasting memories - Claus, I congratulate you again - To the memory of John Black, CINESEA and all our friends, God Bless - Shorty

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Paul Adsett
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Claus, superb as always! Your Cinesea pictures and essay gives great joy to everyone on the forum, and makes us all feel that we were actually there. Bravo!

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Douglas Warren
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Wow! What a great batch of photos. It looks like everyone had a grand time. Hopefully one day I'll make it out there.

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Osi Osgood
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Did someone have a film print of the Anthony Hopkins film "The Edge"? I thought I recognized it being projected. I was just curious as that is one of my favorite survival films of the last two decades.

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Steve Klare
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If I remember right, that was a 35mm trailer.

While we were watching it we decided to buy the DVD.

(I guess trailers really do work!)

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Claus Harding
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It was in 35MM and it looked great:

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Patrick Walsh
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Great photos guys! Hopefully I will come up for the next one!
Is there a prize for the most travelled? [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
Nice to see some 35mm being screened!

Pat

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Steve Klare
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Yes, Pat, but it's strictly honorary!

You are in the running against Jason Smith flying in from Tohuko, Japan!

I believe you are further east, but then again Jason's in the same Hemisphere.

-a couple of thousand miles south should put you over!

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Patrick Walsh
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Yes im way south of the equator here Steve!
I should bring some railway films to screen, I got some on 35 as well as 16.
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Steve Klare
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I've heard stories of a 35mm "A Train for Christmas" from Graham!

The Derann Super-8 cut-down was the first train film ever to get on screen in Wildwood.

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Brad Kimball
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Gee whiz..... I got to get to one of these again. Great photos!

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Ali Hipperson
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Hi Claus. As always great pictures and comments from everyone on here - what a superb job you continue to do in bringing CineSea to those of us who can't actually be there, so far!

As a member on here for the last two years I have followed (from afar) and greatly admired each CineSea since I joined this excellent forum - and I am definitely inspired to make the trip to my first CineSea.

Although due to personal/family circumstances it is unlikely to be in time for the next one, I am very much hoping that I can make it to CineSea - October 2019.

Until such time - thank you for all your efforts again [Smile]

Best wishes,

Ali.

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Claus Harding
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Thank you, Ali; I appreciate the comments. It would be great if you can get here for the Fall 2019 show; you know you'd be welcome. The ultimate "tribute" to our little gathering is that people are willing to travel quite a bit to come join; I hope this works out for you.

Claus.

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Ali Hipperson
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Hi Claus and you're more than welcome.

I hope everything works out for me too and that I will be able to visit you all next October - fingers-crossed!

Ali.

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Joe Caruso
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Claus, my compliments always for top-work - It is always a tribute to our efforts - Yes, everyone stay well and make our next in April - Cheers and Blessings to all, Shorty

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Graham Ritchie
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Here is something from CineSea [Cool]

https://vimeo.com/300157443

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Douglas Meltzer
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Graham, thanks for the link. There I am in the thumbnail image!

Boston based filmmaker Peter Flynn recorded the goings on at CineSea for his upcoming documentary about film collecting, VIVA FILM!. In addition to Stu, Peter interviewed a number of collectors, including Geoff Curtis and Gary Sloan. The footage looks great.

Doug

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Steve Klare
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Geoff's interview is also there and really good:

Geoff Curtis

The rest of the shorts are interesting too:

Peter Flynn on Vimeo

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Graham Ritchie
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It really looks good Doug, was he using 4K video?

Its great to see footage of those events.

Steve... Thanks for that link, I have just been watching his other Vimeo videos as well, they all very interesting.

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Douglas Meltzer
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Graham,

I'm not sure.....Peter was working with either a Canon EOS C300 or C100. The 300 does have 4K capability while the 100 doesn't.

Doug

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Tom Photiou
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Great thread.Thanks for putting all the images up.

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