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Steve Klare
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Hey!

They let US in!

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[Big Grin]

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Steve,

Another excellent write-up and pics, and a great turn-out as well. As a CineSea 17 "alumnus", it all reminds me how much fun this film vacation is... [Smile]

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Luigi Castellitto
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I'd like to see Italian food! Then I tell you if it was right or not! [Big Grin]

P.S. I'm not a fan of Italian food.

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Brian Stearns
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Great job on the write up. Im sad that I could not make it. Lots of wonderful people that I enjoy interacting with.

Amazing hardware on display ,Geoffs two Xenon Eiki's and his 35mm projector and Dougs GS 1200.

[ May 10, 2019, 04:16 AM: Message edited by: Brian Stearns ]

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Douglas Meltzer
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Steve, Thank you for all the hard work in putting your write-up together. I find it enjoyable to go back and reread the threads of past CineSea events after some time has passed. You and Claus are both excellent at capturing the atmosphere of each particular weekend.

I always try to list the Super 8mm films screened on Saturday night and I always forget a few...

Rudolph Valentino, Idol of the Jazz Age (Castle Films, 200')
Fred Astaire dance highlights from Shall We Dance (Film Office, 200')
Skyfall Opening Sequence in scope & stereo (available from The Reel Image, 400')
It's a Gift Snub Pollard 1923 short (Blackhawk Films, 200' scored) courtesy Shorty Caruso
Come Clean Laurel & Hardy 1931 two reeler (Blackhawk Films, 400') courtesy Shorty Caruso
Revenge of the Jedi trailer in scope (50') courtesy Jason Smith
Sounds of Arizona in scope (Derann, 200') courtesy Steve Klare
Pardon My Backfire Three Stooges in 3-D (Derann, 400') courtesy David Baker
Mickey's Fire Brigade (Derann, 200') courtesy Steve Klare

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A beaming Todd Tuckey, truly happy that his Roustabout IB Tech print was chosen for the Friday Night Feature. David Lucidi, in addition to printing the placards that adorn the walls, made up a special poster to commemorate the occasion.

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A consumable commemorative confection, courtesy of the Tuckeys.

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Documentary filmmaker Peter Flynn returned to CineSea to capture additional footage for "Viva Film!", his feature documentary about film collectors. Peter wrote that "CineSea really captures the culture of film collecting, the love people have for analog film, and the community that exists amongst them."

Everybody involved with CineSea makes a contribution to the overall experience. My fellow organizers (thank you Lou Franchetti & Shorty Caruso!), the dealers & attendees, the amazing projectionists (thank you Gary Sloan & Geoff Curtis!), the invaluable Simone who arranges our group dinners, the supportive & accommodating Ocean Holiday staff, all help make these gatherings something special. I am already looking forward to CineSea 20, which will take place on:

October 18th - 20th, 2019

I hope you can join us!

Doug

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Graham Ritchie
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Excellent photos Doug [Cool] ...but what is the Scope feature shown for sale in your second to last photo? [Smile] ...I cant make it out [Smile]

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David Skillern
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Hi Graham,

it looks like Logans Run - but can someone enlighten us ?

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David Baker
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Maybe ROLLER COASTER ( ??? )

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Evan Samaras
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I can confirm that David S. is right. It is Logan’s Run

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Graham Ritchie
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Wow [Cool] "Logan's Run" now that's something I am sure most of us would like to get our hands on. [Cool] [Smile]

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Steve Klare
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Nice Summary, Doug (Thanks!)

It's absolutely mind-boggling to think we're getting ready for #20 now. Not very long ago we thought it would be a big deal if we managed to get past #4!

CineSea is kind of like this: many of us invite people to watch films. -it's fun, but what if everybody in the room was just as enthusiastic about films as the one at the projector? -and what also if it were a big room, and a much bigger screen than any of us have at home?

It's hard to come by that level of enthusiasm!

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Joe Caruso
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How do you think I feel about it...Shorty

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Ali Hipperson
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Just wanted to add my congratulations and appreciation to Steve for another wonderful 'round-up and report' of the recent CineSea 19 - for me, it is always captivating reading and each instalment leaves me in anticipation of the next one that follows! [Smile]

The pictures and associated additional comments only add to my determination to attend one of these fantastic gatherings, sooner rather than later. For me (and trying to be realistic!) it will probably have to be CineSea 21, next April 2020 - where I look forward to meeting Steve, Shorty, Doug et al [Smile]

Until then and once again, many thanks Steve and to all those who continue to make this most wonderful event happen [Smile]

Ali.

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Rob Young.
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Great pictures and narrative from Steve and Doug. Like being there!

So great to see like minded enthusiasts having a such great time. [Smile]

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Evan Samaras
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If I failed to say so earlier, great write ups and photos Steve and Doug!

I'm joining the party late, but I finally had the chance to develop and scan my film from CineSea!

My contributions are a mix of Ilford 3200 via Agfa Record III (Xtol 1:1 @ 18 mins)
and Ilford HP5 via Kodak Retina IIIC (Xtol 1:1 @ 12 mins)

Enjoy!

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Douglas Meltzer
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Evan,

Gorgeous pictures! I love that Caribbean Hotel shot.

Doug

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Paul Adsett
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Gorgeous pic's Evan! There's nothing like expertly shot black and white film. Gives CineSea a film noir look! I almost expected to see Robert Mitchum or Gloria Grahame lurking in some of the backgrounds. [Big Grin]

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Janice Glesser
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Great pics and recap of Cinesea 19 and thanks Steve and Doug for letting us that couldn't be there have a glimpse of the event. I also think Evan's B&W images are awesome!

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Graham Ritchie
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Evan those B/W images look great [Cool]

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Joe Caruso
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C'mon over, all you overseas chaps - I'll be at Blackpool again to further our discussions - Cheers, Shorty

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Evan Samaras
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Thank you Doug, Paul, Janice and Graham!

There may be a couple more lurking in my scan files, I was restricted to 8 per post. I'll see If I can find and share those as well

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Paul Adsett
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I agree with Doug, that shot of the Caribbean Hotel is so well done. Now think of that same shot in color and it would not be nearly as effective or convey the same mood. The magic of black and white photography.

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