Re: Recyling of 16 mm films

Henry K Mattoon (hkm@crl.com)
Sat, 29 Apr 2000 14:59:17 -0700 (PDT)

I would suggest posting a query to the Association of Moving Image
Archivists listserv (amia-l). Not just for disposal but for any
archives/libraries etc. that might be interested in acquiring the films,
damaged or not. Info on the AMIA listserv:
<www.amianet.org>

Best,

Henry

Henry K. Mattoon
National Moving Image Database
The American Film Institute
Los Angeles, CA
<hmattoon@afionline.org>

On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, Ben Achtenberg wrote:

> I'd like to add Fanlight to Kate's query -- we may soon be clearing out
> some 16mm prints of older films that no longer circulate, including many
> still in usable condition. If any of you still use and/or archive 16mm, we
> would consider donating these to your collection, if you're willing to pay
> shipping -- it hurts too much to just trash them. If there's any interest
> out there, I'll draw up a list of titles -- though it may take me a month
> or so to get around to it.
>
> Best,
> Ben Achtenberg
>
> ===================================================
>
> At 01:07 PM 4/26/2000 -0700, you wrote:
> >We have a number of damaged 16mm films we need to dispose of. Anyone know
> >of companies/resources for 16 mm film recycling?
> >
> >
> >
> >Kate Spohr
> >University of California Extension
> >Center for Media and Independent Learning
> >2000 Center Street, Fourth Floor
> >Berkeley, CA 94704
> >510-643-2788
> >Fax 510-643-9271
> >kspohr@uclink4.berkeley.edu
> >http://www-cmil.unex.berkeley.edu/media/
> >
> >
> >
> Ben Achtenberg
> Fanlight Productions
> 4196 Washington St, Suite 2
> Boston, MA 02131
>
> (800) 937-4113 / (617) 469-4999
> Fax: (617) 469-3379
> E-Mail: ben@fanlight.com
> WebSite: http://www.fanlight.com
>