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#1 Jurgen Lossau

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Posted 25 May 2008 - 04:58 PM

Take more than 100 Eumig 607 and 610 projectors, put them in the 1000 sq metre cellar of a former brewery, add amateur film loops spanning every decade and major event from 1930 to now and you've got yourself the world's biggest Super 8 screening.

"100x Berlin" is exactly that.

Open from 2pm to 10pm daily ('til midnight on Fridays and Saturdays for screenings with musical accompaniment) at the Prenzlauer Berg Brewery from June 7th to July 6th, this incredible feat of small film screening paints a fascinating history of Berlin, from the war, the wall, the city's zoo right through to family Christmas's, 8mm has captured the ups and downs of an ever changing city.

Hope to see you in Berlin! :)

Click http://onsuper8.blog....com/2008/05/10 ... erlin.html for the poster for full details (in English) or visit www.100xBerlin.de for more (in German).
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#2 Jurgen Lossau

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Posted 25 May 2008 - 05:10 PM

Sorry, was not able to edit the original message. Here is the correct link again:

Click [url="http://%20<a%20href="http://onsuper8.blogspot.com/2008/05/100-and-counting-in-berlin.html"%20target="_blank">http://onsuper8.blog...erlin.html</a> "] http://onsuper8.blog...lin.html[/url] for the poster for full details (in English) or visit www.100xBerlin.de for more (in German).
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#3 Olex Kalynychenko

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Posted 26 May 2008 - 01:42 AM

Take more than 100 Eumig 607 and 610 projectors, put them in the 1000 sq metre cellar of a former brewery, add amateur film loops spanning every decade and major event from 1930 to now and you've got yourself the world's biggest Super 8 screening.

"100x Berlin" is exactly that.


Can be good idea to propose to visitor a special service, to shoot of personal film and show on projector ?

The special cameraman can shoot of visitors, who wish order of this service, and show on next day.
Or, the visitors can rent of camera, to shoot personal film and to show on next day .

I think, this is additional service can to attract attention on Super 8 filming too.
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#4 Olex Kalynychenko

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Posted 26 May 2008 - 02:08 AM

P.S
The many guys can have old Super 8/ Normal 8 films and can wish to show again and to show of friends.
I think, you can open of small show room for show of private films.
And can propose of telecine service of old films at personal order.
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#5 Jurgen Lossau

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Posted 01 June 2008 - 02:58 AM

Thanks for your hints, Olex. Well, this time we have to concentrate on the 100 Super8 projectors. It is more than enough work to fix them so that they are running for about 4 weeks. We have about 60 more projectors "on stock" to secure the whole event.
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#6 Jurgen Lossau

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Posted 11 June 2008 - 01:21 AM

A short film about "100x Berlin":

http://www.tvbvideo....yROoafYg57.html
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