Had the great pleasure, last night, to meet up with a slice of the Polaroid community: Grant Hamilton, director of Time Zero, screened his film at New York’s VisionFest 2012. Most of the Impossible Project’s key players turned up, as did a scattering of Pola-enthusiasts—cameras in hand, of course—and the theater, at Tribeca Cinemas, was nearly full. Dr. Hamilton and I have been working in parallel on our respective Pola-projects for about the same amount of time–three years or so–but had never met, so it was fun to say hello and compare notes on our respective obsessions. Congratulations, Grant!
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