This is the sequel to a microzine that I made when I was a projectionist. It contains
two personal anecdotes of expanded cinema that I thought other projectionists
might find amusing. When breaking down a film for shipping, I would slip
one of these little books into the film’s octagonal shipping can
so that the next projectionist to make the film up would receive it as
a gift. This parasitic distribution is unique in that it ensures that
the books find a highly select audience of individuals aware of the intricacies
of the flicker, the lens and the light of the cinema.
I am projecting the book on
projectionists. Edition of 88.
pdf of Intermittent.