For those not following the comments in this other post it seems that the Victor Erice-Abbas Kiarostami joint retrospective that is currently going on in Paris has recently projected the same severely edited print of Kiarostami's seminal film Homework that the Pacific Film Archive screened earlier this year.
If you have any further information on how this print came to exist — and circulate — please let us know over in the other thread.
I'm having trouble loading that other post, actually. Not that I have any answers (never did get over to the PFA to see Homework and ask 'em). But just thought you'd like to know. I hope it doesn't qualify as panicking.
Weird. Is it still happening? I need to do some debugging. I moved this site to a new host not long ago and it seems to have different performance characteristics.
I could read it!