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Division 1 Bound!!!!

The Devils lost to the Tanners 3-0 last night at the Chelmsford Forum.  The Red Devils dominated the first period winning battles to the puck and getting shots. 218 more words

Burlington

Exposed: Frames 01691-01768

“Go!” we imagine the thirteen-year-old prodigy screeching as these seventy-six frames commence and the Creature begins his ramble down the sidewalk, full of purpose and and past the light pollian threshold toward the intersection of Port Hudson and Fort Jackson; his path of travel and line of sight converging on a cluster of pine trees, a parked car – perhaps a blue 1970 Chevy Nova (or not), and the general direction of gravity – his stride suggests a quest has also commenced. 120 more words

Process

Reflecting on the Academy Awards

I grew up in a bookish family. We read constantly. I read chapter books underneath my desk while my teachers lectured throughout elementary, middle, and high school. 729 more words

Opinion

DIY 8mm & Super 8 telecine Lens Test (Kodachrome 8mm)

A few frame grabs from a dirty old roll of Kodak Kodachrome 40 8mm film.  I found this film with a box of super 8 and 8mm gear I won off ebay so dont know when or when this film was shot… 11 more words

Blog

Question and Answer

What do all of these places have in common: storm drain, utility truck, cardboard boxes, old mattress, parking lot, alley, gentleman’s club, freeway, barbed wire, coffee shop, subway tunnel, subway train, gastropub, massage parlor, train tracks, mailbox, tattoo parlor, animal hospital?

Essay

Hollywood at Home: The Center for Home Movies Showcases the Value of Family Films

Photo by Sol Robayo courtesy of Flickr.

Today we have a real treat: an interview with for Dwight Swanson, a co-founder and a board member for the Center for Home Movies, an organization dedicated to preserving home-made motion pictures — from the old-timey Super 8 films made the middle of the 20th century, to today’s impromptu smartphone films, which can be shared worldwide a few moments after they are shot. 1,960 more words

Personal History