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Sprocket School is an experimental compilation of information about non-digital film handling, film projection, and film exhibition. It is intended to be a resource for exhibitors and archivists who want to safely continue projecting analog motion picture film long into the future.
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'''Sprocket School''' is an experimental wiki-style compilation of information about non-digital film handling, film projection, and film exhibition. It is intended to be a resource for exhibitors and archivists who want to safely continue projecting analog motion picture film of every gauge long into the future.
  
  
It is a project of the '''[http://www.northwestchicagofilmsociety.org Northwest Chicago Film Society]''', a nonprofit organization dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of film in its original formats.
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It is a project of the '''[http://www.chicagofilmsociety.org Chicago Film Society]''', a nonprofit organization dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of film in its original formats.
  
  
Contact us at info@sprocketschool.org
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* Contact us at info@sprocketschool.org
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* Follow us on [http://www.twitter.com/sprocketschool Twitter] or [http://www.facebook.com/sprocketschool Facebook] for news updates

Latest revision as of 13:23, 17 February 2019

Sprocket School is an experimental wiki-style compilation of information about non-digital film handling, film projection, and film exhibition. It is intended to be a resource for exhibitors and archivists who want to safely continue projecting analog motion picture film of every gauge long into the future.


It is a project of the Chicago Film Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of film in its original formats.


  • Contact us at info@sprocketschool.org
  • Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for news updates