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Posted by Andreas Eggeling (Member # 105) on May 04, 2005, 12:26 PM:
 
Hi super8-fanatics,

Look at this swiss site:

http://www.super8.ch/globalsuper8day/index.html

and also to this
spanish site
http://tornemi.8.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=92

Andreas
 
Posted by Andreas Eggeling (Member # 105) on May 07, 2005, 05:37 AM:
 
I wonder why there are no replies for this topic [Roll Eyes]

[Confused] Is super8 so uninteresting??? [Confused]

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Global Super8 day: 8th May, 2005

Australia
Abury-Wodnoga,Chiltern
Sydney, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre

Czeck Republic
Kladno, Orange Caffe

France
Paris, Sputnik 347

(North)Germany
Berlin, Galerie Raumausstatter
Berlin, screenshot.ag
Braunschweig, Nexus
Bremen, Kino 46
Dresden, Ma chérie
Hannover, Haus der Jugend
Jena, Möwe Gleisl
Kiel, Schaubude
Köln, Kölner Filmhaus
Osnabrück, Lagerhalle

Italy
Torino, Cecchi Point
Trieste, CIRCOLO CULTURALE KD IVAN GRBEC

Netherlands
Amsterdam, Cafe de Spuyt
Amsterdam, Filmhuis Cavia

Norway
Kristiansand, Norsk Smalfilm

Portugal
Lisboa, ZDB - galeria zé dos bois

Spain
Barcelona, LIL

Switzerland
Bern, Lichtspiel

United Kingdom
Cardiff, Dempsey´s Filmmakers

United States
New Brunswick, NJ, Loree Hall #018-014 Gallery
Brooklyn, The Lucky Cat
Chicago, Chicago Filmmakers
Los Angeles, CA, Echo Park Film Center
San Francisco, CA, Artists Television Center
Buffalo, N.Y., Squeaky Wheel
Portland, Oregon, The Northwest Film Center

more details at
http://www.super8.ch/globalsuper8day/events_05_08.php

[ May 07, 2005, 07:20 AM: Message edited by: Andreas Eggeling ]
 
Posted by Jan Bister (Member # 332) on May 07, 2005, 08:41 AM:
 
I read the websites... pretty cool. It's neat that they all come together and organize something like this... As for me, it's a bit too soon, I wish I'd known earlier so I could have arranged a screening of THE SECRET OF NIMH, maybe, for a few friends/neighbors in the area. [Cool]
I am rather amazed at the timing, though - only last year I rediscovered super-8 and here we're celebrating its 40th birthday. That would mean that back in 1985 when my Dad introduced me to his film camera [Big Grin] I had to have just missed its 20th birthday. [Wink]
 
Posted by Michael Clark (Member # 369) on May 07, 2005, 08:59 AM:
 
[Frown] My first Super 8 Day, I've got 2 projectors, and neither of them work - [Frown]
 
Posted by Jan Bister (Member # 332) on May 07, 2005, 09:28 AM:
 
* hugs Michael *

I know how ya feel. [Frown] But all is not lost yet, just keep at it trying to find those fuses and hopefully that's all it'll take to fix your Sankyo 800. [Smile]

If all else fails... there's always your local Blockbuster... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Michael Clark (Member # 369) on May 07, 2005, 11:58 AM:
 
Thanks Jan - heh heh, there's also always an ELMO! [Smile] I'm continuing to keep my eyes out for one! [Smile]
 
Posted by Rodney Bourke (Member # 1646) on November 10, 2019, 10:36 PM:
 
Global Super 8 Day 2020

Locations all over the World

http://global-super8-day.info/
 


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