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Douglas Meltzer
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The 19th CineSea Film Collectors gathering is just a month away and once again we'll be screening a film the night before. This will take place at 7:30 PM on Friday, April 26th at the Ocean Holiday Resort in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. Admission is free.

Let's pick the film! If you're coming to the convention and have a print you'd like to show, Please list the title (up to two per collector) and format (Super 8mm or 16mm) here by 4/12. We'll then have an online survey and attendees can pick which title they prefer by 4/21.

Our previous winner was Gary Sloan's 16mm print of Psycho. The Friday Night Feature started with CineSea 11, and we've shown The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, Aliens, Beetlejuice, and House of Wax (3-D!).

My two offerings (I have previously nominated these) are Derann's Shane 1953 (Super 8mm, color, flat) and the Marketing print of Airplane! 1980 (Super 8mm, color, flat).

For more information about the CineSea Film Collectors Gathering, please look here.

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Todd N. Tuckey
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I offer a gorgeous technicolor scope Elvis---his best one ROUSTABOUT with Barbara Stanwycke...I would love to run this as I want to post it for sale, but want my daughter to experience tech scope on this title

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Stuart Finkelstein
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I volunteer A Hard Day's Night.

An Elvis-Beatles Double Feature would also be way cool!

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Brian Stearns
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Please list what format the film is on. Just naming the film doesn't help Where not mind readers

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Douglas Meltzer
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Brian,

Yes, it is good to know. Would the format make a difference in your vote?

Doug

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Louis Franchetti
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I’d like nominate my 16mm lowfade, scope print of Jaws once again. Also, I’d like to nominate my 35mm print of Jumanji. I figured I’ll switch it up this time and try two different gauges for a change. Can’t wait to see everyone in a few weeks. Really looking forward to the show as always!

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Graham Ritchie
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Wow what a line up of films [Eek!]

I know I cant vote but a Scope print of Jaws" [Cool] ..being near the sea that film would be just the thing [Wink]

Oh! and Airplane [Cool]

I Better go now [Wink] [Smile]

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It's good that people are re-nominating great prints that didn't quite make it other times.

-sometimes it's a shame only one can win!

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Douglas Meltzer
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Friday Night Triple Feature?

Both Roustabout (scope) and A Hard Day's Night (flat) are 16mm prints.

Doug

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-it could make attendance at Saturday Breakfast mighty thin!

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Geoffrey Curtis
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I might as well throw a title in the pile.

A 35MM print of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

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Brian Stearns
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Why are we nominating 35mm films if the following was stated by Doug?

"Let's pick the film! If you're coming to the convention and have a print you'd like to show, Please list the title (up to two per collector) and format (Super 8mm or 16mm) here by 4/12."

35mm is nice but I feel too much of it was shown last year and time ran out so people that brought films didn't get an opportunity for theirs to be shown.

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He’s right Geoff!

Call it “Double 16” and we’ll let you do the other 3mm in the Fall!

(You’ve heard of “long movies”? This would be a “thin movie “.)

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Greg May
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Tons of great stuff so far. Jenna and I won't be around until Saturday, due to a wedding. Looking forward to seeing everyone though! If I had to pick I'd have to go with Airplane!(Although I know my vote does not count haha)

Hope to see some 35mm stuff throughout the weekend regardless. There was really some stunning stuff in the Fall.

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Hey Doug do you object to showing 35mm I don’t it’s still film

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Douglas Meltzer
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I must apologize for the mistake in my posting. I was cutting and pasting from previous "Pick the Friday Night Feature" posts and neglected to include the larger format. Standard 8mm is also allowed, by the way.

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Geoffrey Curtis
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In that case, my nomination still stands (along with these other GREAT movies).

Thank you Doug for clarifying.

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Louis Franchetti
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Thanks doug

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Douglas Meltzer
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We've had Standard 8mm, Super 8mm, 9.5mm, 16mm and 35mm, flat, scope and 3-D. Perhaps we can add Polyvision, Emergo, Percepto and Sensurround at some point. Please note: I deliberately left Odorama/Smell-O-Vision off that list.

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Oh that was my next question, never mind

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Greg!!! Glad to hear you and Jenna are coming. We are gonna have a blast!

And yes - can we pleaseeeee do a Friday Musical night? I'm all for a double feature of Elvis and The Beatles! [Big Grin]

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There should disclaimer the projectionist will not be responsible for any scratches or damages incurred on other parties film during projection.

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Graham Ritchie
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By the way folks, I have this idea from an old screen shot, as to how you can keep awake while you are watching all those films. That is to do what "My Bean" did, when driving his little mini to the Cannes film festival... [Big Grin]
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Mark Silvester
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Wow...I bet that Jaws looks fantastic in scope!

[Smile]

Ironically, I notice you mention Shane in 8mm - I actually acquired Derek Simmonds own personal and first copy of that print...its my favourite western of all time and a lovely print..!

By the way I obtained Derek's "Shane" that copy by swapping him a mint 16mm print - flat - of the Roger Moore, View to a Kill. LLP.

Back in the day when I had some amazing 16mm prints. Enjoy your convention and the enthusiasm you guys all reflect in your posts and conversations is a real joy to read. [Big Grin] Mark

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Mark,

I agree. The Derann Shane is one of my favorite prints.


Brian,

Perhaps also that all films submitted should be cleaned and free of staples so that the projectors aren't damaged....
It's been known to happen!

Doug

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