This is topic 16mm at Annual CATHS Cine / Movie Fair & Auction in forum 16mm films for sale/trade/wanted at 8mm Forum.


To visit this topic, use this URL:
http://8mmforum.film-tech.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=6;t=001975

Posted by Rodney Bourke (Member # 1646) on May 08, 2017, 11:33 PM:
 
Last year there was plenty of 16mm films on offer
and I am sure this year will be the same.

Sunday 21st MAY 2017 Fair at 9.30am, Auction 10.30am
Annual CINE/MOVIE COLLECTABLES FAIR & AUCTION
( Cinema And Theatre Historical Society and Reel Deals Magazine )
Scout Hall Bellairs Street, Seddon, Melbourne, VIC.
Opposite: Seddon Train Station , (on Williamstown & Werribee lines)
For more details www.reeldeals.com.au or www.caths.org.au
You don't Have to be a member of CATHS to attend. ALL WELCOME !
 
Posted by David Donaldson (Member # 3858) on May 09, 2017, 01:00 AM:
 
Rodney is an indefatigable promoter in eastern Australia of the unusual and the interesting in (as they used to say) Sub-Standard Film. 8mm lives! [Cool]
 
Posted by Winbert Hutahaean (Member # 58) on May 15, 2017, 04:14 PM:
 
I have known him since 1996!! when I was still in Melbourne....geeez...that was 21 years ago!!!

I was a student at that time and found his publication "Super 8 Alive" printed on photocopy papers and the cover was his own drawing.

From his magazine that I knew Mike Tricket (Reel Deals), Mal MacDonald (Reel Memories)..both has their own publications too. I still keep those magazines. I bought many films from well known Aussie collectors back then such as Robert Nailon, Beringa Films, etc

Attending some film fairs which I bought many films such as Leichhardt Foto Fair, Waratah Film Fair, etc

Australia has a big film community but has less represtatives in this forum, I don't know why.
 
Posted by Rodney Bourke (Member # 1646) on May 31, 2017, 01:02 AM:
 
Hi Winbert

yes, it seems only a short time ago we met, yes the 1990's
was a time when Movie Film Events were starting.
Melbourne had the Photographic Market at St Kilda Town Hall, then Camberwell Town Hall and now Box Hill Town Hall. They were the First Australian Still/Movie Collector Photographic Club to Form. And still the Biggest.See
http://www.apcsociety.com.au/market.html

Around the same time Barrie Paterson started the Film Fairs at Railway Institute Sydney, and then later added Foto and Film Fair, when he did this they really took off, but unfortunately The Railway Institute was later Demolished and he had to find a new Venue.
His new location kept putting the prices up, and he stopped.
But his Foto people got together to Form the Sydney Camera Market at Ultimo Community Centre, Sydney and around 20 years later there still there with 3 a year. see
https://www.facebook.com/SydneyCameraMarket/

Yes almost 25 years Reel Deals magazine for Film Collectors is still going by Mike Trickett see
http://www.reeldeals.com.au/

All the Best in Film
Rodney
 
Posted by Rodney Bourke (Member # 1646) on May 04, 2018, 08:12 AM:
 
Well its all Happening

THIS SUNDAY 6th May 2018 at 9.30am
Auction approx. 11am
Annual CINE / MOVIE COLLECTABLES FAIR & AUCTION

Scout Hall Bellairs Street, Seddon, Melbourne, VIC. Opposite: Seddon Train Station (on Williamstown & Werribee lines) For more details www.reeldeals.com.au or www.caths.org.au
You don't Have to be a member of CATHS to attend. ALL WELCOME !
 
Posted by Rodney Bourke (Member # 1646) on May 13, 2019, 01:52 AM:
 
Yes it's on again This Weekend 2 great Events

The Melbourne Movie Market, Astor Cinema this Sat from 12 Noon till 4pm

and

Caths Cine / Movie Fair and Auction this Sunday, from 9.30am same place, same times as before in this ad.
 
Posted by Rodney Bourke (Member # 1646) on May 26, 2019, 06:19 PM:
 
This years Event was well supported, with lots of film items on offer, I saw 3 Pathe Gem 9.5mm Projectors sold, and plenty of 16mm Films sold with a little bit of 8mm and 9.5mm. One happy Buyer told me he bought 007 Goldfinger in Super 8 only $250.
 


Visit www.film-tech.com for free equipment manual downloads. Copyright 2003-2019 Film-Tech Cinema Systems LLC

Powered by Infopop Corporation
UBB.classicTM 6.3.1.2