Thursday, January 17

10E2103: Lookback - Kodachrome Lecture at SPL




A few weeks ago local art lecturers Steve and Amber Tourlentes came in to the Somerville library for the 4th in an ongoing series of general design talks. They spoke about "Kodachrome"; giving a brief lesson on the history and importance of Kodak's Kodachrome film. Was one of the best attended discussions so far. Once again Rough Water Films created a sizzler video of the talk, as above. 

In a few weeks (Feb 9) the library will be screening In The Blood - the river driving/logging doc by Sumner McKane. Social hour after will be in the theme of a camp dinner/bean supper. Hope to see you there.

2 comments:

Pete said...

Looks as though it was amazing and a little sad I wasn't able to go in person.

Also a fantastic video the Nat Geo special on Steve McCurry shooting the last roll of Kodachrome.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUL6MBVKVLI&feature=player_embedded

Pete said...

Loved the promo and I'm a little sad I wasn't able to see the talk in person!

In the same spirit I love this special Nat Geo put together of Steve McCurry and the last roll of Kodachrome.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUL6MBVKVLI&feature=player_embedded