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Kodak's Super8 filmmaking challenge

Post by Andreas Wideroe » Thu Nov 12, 2015 9:52 pm

https://theaudienceawards.com/b/kodak/k ... enge-47958

Check it out and share. Looks like 'alotta' fun!

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Re: Kodak's Super8 filmmaking challenge

Post by Roster » Sat Nov 14, 2015 2:19 pm

Andreas,

This is great.

However, I'm disappointed by the five minute time limitation.

I spent the last couple years working diligently (time, sweat and money) on my ten minute dark fantasy, "Howard's Keep", which was filmed entirely in Super 8mm Tri-X.

I'm just a hobbyist but I've gotten a lot of great feedback already on this movie where I have shown it. Phil Vigeant of Pro 8mm commented "Well Done. Fantastic Super 8 project." (full disclosure, I did not use Pro 8 mm for lab or transfers. I used Alpha Cine and Gamma Ray Digital).

I would have loved to entered it in this venue but unfortunately I cannot.

FYI: I also gave filmshooting.com a credit due to all the great info I learned here about Super 8 filmmaking over the past several years plus advice from members when I asked for it. For that I am very grateful.

Please check it out when you get some time.

https://vimeo.com/143762163

Cheers,
Wooda H. McNiven
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Re: Kodak's Super8 filmmaking challenge

Post by Tscan » Sat Nov 14, 2015 5:21 pm

I'm in!
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Re: Kodak's Super8 filmmaking challenge

Post by nikonr10 » Tue Nov 17, 2015 3:05 am

Roster wrote:Andreas,

This is great.

However, I'm disappointed by the five minute time limitation.

I spent the last couple years working diligently (time, sweat and money) on my ten minute dark fantasy, "Howard's Keep", which was filmed entirely in Super 8mm Tri-X.

I'm just a hobbyist but I've gotten a lot of great feedback already on this movie where I have shown it. Phil Vigeant of Pro 8mm commented "Well Done. Fantastic Super 8 project." (full disclosure, I did not use Pro 8 mm for lab or transfers. I used Alpha Cine and Gamma Ray Digital).

I would have loved to entered it in this venue but unfortunately I cannot.

FYI: I also gave filmshooting.com a credit due to all the great info I learned here about Super 8 filmmaking over the past several years plus advice from members when I asked for it. For that I am very grateful.

Please check it out when you get some time.

https://vimeo.com/143762163

Cheers,
Wooda H. McNiven
Wooda , If you look at the rules may be excerpts from longer film , So can give it a go still . :ymapplause:

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