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July 31, 2006

Godspeed you bootstrap error.

Vintage mainframes, voluminous banks of melanin-bleaching fluorescent lighting, late-sixties hairstyles, and painstakingly recreated punchcards. How could anyone in their right mind say no to an opportunity involving one or more of the above? I certainly couldn’t. Coudal Partners is ramping up their next short feature film project, tentatively titled 72°, and I pitched in a little bit of residual PayPal lucre. For my trouble, I’ve been officially noted as one of the executive producers. Jim & Co., you had me at ‘vintage mainframes’.

Coudal Partners 72°

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2 comments on “Godspeed you bootstrap error.”

  1. Posted by Karen Godel Karen Godel on Friday, September 15th, 2006.

    How can you resist short films and geeky bits together? A match made in heaven.

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  2. Posted by Grant Hutchinson Grant Hutchinson on Friday, September 15th, 2006.

    Absolutely. I’m hoping to spot some of the same computer ephemera in the film as I have stored in the garage. Wouldn’t that be a kick?

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