PTC 1. The next step.

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PTC 1. The next step.

Post by mojohey » Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:57 pm

Well this weekend i bought some K64 to shoot some stills thinking this might be the last Kodachrome i shoot... it got me thinking... Kodachrome... fuck!
So i jumped onto this site from work and thought i should say hi. Still have all the films intact with paper work all stored in box. I've got a lot of catching up to do here. Been sitting with a glass of red going through all the pages and enjoying the chat...
Working from home 2morro so will enjoy some time back here reading and replying if folk are around. I had a look at Dwaynes web today as i have some K40 to process from Le Mans and a couple from PTC1... i've got the S8 bug again and i want to see this through...
Sorry for vanishing... but hey ho!
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Re: PTC 1. The next step.

Post by Rollef » Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:35 am

Lucy...you got some splainin' to do!

Welcome back, but dude, what happened? There was some pissed off people here.
As one of the participants of PTC 1 I'm thinking most important is to complete PTC1.

Whats the status?.

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Re: PTC 1. The next step.

Post by mojohey » Thu Oct 22, 2009 12:52 pm

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This is everything i have. On the pic you can see 5 cart developed and 5 still to be done. Out of the 5 still to be done 3 are personal films & 2 are PTC. Out of the 5 developed i think 1 is a personal film & 4 are PTC. All paper work as you can see is still there so i still know who shot what.

As for what happened... well i won't bore you with details, but work, family, mortgage & other interests etc etc, just slowly pushed it down the list of things to do untill i had forgotten about it.

All i can say is sorry for pi**ing people off & letting this exciting project almost vanish, once again... sorry folks.

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Post by Rick Palidwor » Thu Oct 22, 2009 7:19 pm

Wow. I am dying to see what I shot for that as it might have turned out very cool. Had given up. anxious to see it.
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Post by etimh » Thu Oct 22, 2009 11:28 pm

Holy shit, back from the dead. This is great unexpected news.

mojohey: listen, if there is ANY chance of you pushing this aside yet again, please throw everything in a box and mail it to one of us. Not only will I pay the postage but I'll make it worth your while.

Don't let us down again, man.

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Post by CHAS » Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:01 pm

I second that. We totally thought you were dead, dude. I thought one of the London boys was going to look you up?

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Post by vidwerk » Sat Oct 24, 2009 2:34 pm

Holy shit! It's been awhile. I'd love to see what I shot as well.
Let's get it wrapped up. :)

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Post by Angus » Mon Nov 02, 2009 2:16 pm

Good to see you back!

I'd really love to see my shots as they feature my late father. Also it was fun shooting as every time I got the damned camera out people flocked to us, even the police. I picked what should have been a quite Sunday morning in what is a quiet town...and the few minutes I had the camera on a tripod to do one specific shot I think the entire street descended upon us.
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Post by Superbus_ » Tue Nov 10, 2009 8:33 pm

Just finish the project, please!
I'm really interested in it. I filmed a garden called the Philosopher's Garden with statues of the great religion founders (Jezus, Buddha...) and philosophers. Later, in 2007 two or three of the statues were stealed. The authorities and police still not able to find the thiefs...
I've found a few pictures of the original garden:
http://www.gothic.hu/gothic.html?http:/ ... _main.html

I hope the final film will be succesful!
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Post by etimh » Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:31 pm

Any word on this from mojohey. :?: :?: :?:

Disappeared? Again?

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Post by aj » Sun Jan 10, 2010 11:02 am

Wasn't he working with BBC somewhere north in Great-Britain.

A native speaker should contact him at work per telephone.

Then have the PTC lot sent to some participant with more time and dedication. And best in USA because of the needed processing.
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Post by etimh » Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:49 pm

aj wrote:Wasn't he working with BBC somewhere north in Great-Britain.

A native speaker should contact him at work per telephone.

Then have the PTC lot sent to some participant with more time and dedication. And best in USA because of the needed processing.
I've sent him two PMs--the first asking if he wanted to send the material to me, and the other requesting that he do so. No replies to either.

Total frustration.

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Re: PTC 1. The next step.

Post by woods01 » Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:45 am

I think that glass of red turned into several bottles...

But they're at least aware of the finite life of K40 processing and hopefully will take the initiative to get the film sent to Dwayne's.

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Post by BigWorm » Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:51 pm

It's too bad this guy is so flakey. This does sound interesting. What's the thought around getting another one started? I'd love to participate.
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Post by etimh » Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:50 am

So I've posted comments on mojohey's Flicker page and tried contacting him through his ebay youtube accounts. I requested politely, but sternly, that he contact me here so we can make arrangements to get the PTC1 material from him.

No response. I don't know what else to do--maybe others that have a vested interest in this can do the same and leave him some messages about getting in contact with us. In addition to the processed carts he has some that still have to get to Dwaynes.

I will take responsibility for accepting the material and having everything processed asap if we can just get it all from him. It would be a shame to lose the unprocessed carts as well as the other footage after we finally found it again.

Here are links to the Flicker, ebay, and youtube accounts:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mojohey/

http://myworld.ebay.com.sg/mojohey

http://www.youtube.com/user/mojohey

If anybody has any other ideas or suggestions, break 'em out.

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