PVT: A Clockwork Orange

September 15th 2012

A Clockwork Orange

This was a 16mm screening that took place at a local record shop called Hot Dog.  Inside, it is painted lime green, and the general layout is long and skinny.  What I really love about these small shows is how close I am to the film.  I can hear the film rolling, before and after I can see the projector (and at one or two shows I’ve gotten to sit beside the projector).  This make for a great 16mm theatre (honest). Besides the point.  This print was beautiful.  I was over the moon to see one of my favourite and most influential movies to me personally in print and I could not have asked for a better format.  Enjoy!  Oh yeah, and this was brought to us by the Department of Sleaze.

All of these photos have been taken by myself, Rin Vanderhaeghe (Stitches, sweatereyes) some may have been taken by my partner but have been posted with permission.  I have decided to post these photos without my watermark on them, please feel free to use them for personal use (just credit me if you post them anywhere else!).

About sweatereyes

Hello, I am Rin Vanderhaeghe and I am a multi-media artist and work as a custom art framer. I am influenced by a wide variety of things, from kawaii to Grindhouse movies, to various themes of failure and suffering. I am also very interested in fairy tales, but I read a lot of pulp science fiction. Another common theme I work with includes memory and dreams. I live in a house with my life partner Hrafn and our cat Dante. My partner and I are becoming avid gardeners, and have been exploring London’s more natural environments. I have my BFA from Western, with a double major in Studio Art and Anthropology. Currently my partner and I are making plans towards moving to Toronto.
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