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  1. Looking for Fuji S16mm stock, either old school Super F/Reala or Eterna. 8622 64D 8646 250D 8674 500T I purchased 20 rolls of F series, thinking I could augment it with another 20 rolls if I looked hard enough. There was a lot of it on ebay at one point, but it hadn't been stored properly and due to the age, I was concerned it wouldn't be good. Since then, I've struggled to find anything but 35mm. So I've been buying all the Fuji 35mm stock I could afford and have quite a bit. So the option for me is to shoot half the movie 35m and the other half 16. However, I have all the equipment to shoot 16 and not enough to shoot 35, which is a conundrum. So this is why I'd rather just shoot everything on 16 and not worry. The project I'm thinking about is more of a film noir piece, so grainy/gritty is OK, which is why the older Fuji stock should work fine. I kinda dig how the stock delivers a pinkish warmth, almost like an old move which has faded. Let me know if anyone has anything. I've called around to different stock houses and the only stuff I've found is 35mm.
  2. Thought I'd post a short film I finished a short while back. I wanted to text a batch of 64D I had in the fridge while working with a new DP and lab. (Video and Film Solutions, Rockville, MD). Rather than film a roll,of my hometown I adapted a dream my friend had into a quick micro short film about the end of the world. Really pleased with the outcome and don't know why more shorts aren't filed inSuper 16. Tech info: Aaton XTR ZEISS Super Speed MKI FUJI 64D Lab and transfer: Video and a Film Solutions Thank you for watching
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