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  1. Is there anyone in Toronto who has a Konvas 2M who would be interested in lending a hand teaching me how to use the camera? I have an upcoming project that I am considering using the camera on. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. Does anyone out there know of someone in Toronto that has the ability to service a Bolex H16? I recently received an old Bolex to my great delight as a gift that I want to shoot on and I have the resources (stock, access to processing, ect.) to do it, but it seems that the camera needs a bit of care in order to get it running again. It winds, the motor runs, and film moves through it properly, the issue though is that it does not keep a constant speed and will slow down at the end of the wind or if it’s in the middle of a roll of film, move very slowly as though the motor is weak. I don’t kno
  3. Hello fellow filmmakers, I'm a Toronto DP of 13 years experience, and I'm thinking about making the move to Hollywood. I'm trying to meet directors and producers in LA, but if anyone could point me in the direction of where to go to meet said people, I'd be much obliged. Are there any indie film meet ups? Particular opportunities for schmoozing? Also, looking for a place to live once I move there....I was thinking Silverlake or West Hollywood.....any strong opinions for/against? I'll most likely plan a 1-2 month reconnaissance trip in the near future, and I'd love to meet an
  4. Hi Cinematography.com, I'm a second year film student and an aspiring cameraman/D.O.P. I am currently working as a junior editor at a production house for the summer, and am wondering what I should invest my money on once I've compiled enough when school starts! At the moment, I am wondering if I should invest in two decent lenses, lights, filters, and grip stands instead of a camera body such as GH4 + lens. The reason is because I will have another year of school, which means access to cameras such as F3 (Hell even Bolex h16) till April 2015 + 6 months graduation equipment rental bl
  5. I've just finished up my second demo reel ever for 2013 and I'd love to get the communities feedback. I'm working more in the direction of narrative and commercial work. Here is my reel: Let me know what you think!
  6. I have recently been accepted to Ryerson film studies and Concordia for film production and I'm having a rather difficult time deciding. I'm curious which program is considered to be better than the other and what one program offers that the other does not. I need to accept one of them very soon, any insight is useful. Thank you
  7. Hi, I am curious about Toronto, what are the main filmmaking nerve centers in this area? I know the Toronto film festival, but I was wondering what are the main rental companies (camera or lighting), studios, film schools and universities, post houses, unions, etc... ? Thanks! G.C.
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