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  1. I made a 6+ hour film ('Offshoots') that was too big to deal with. I decided to speed it up to greatly reduce playtime and was looking for the sweet spot. Here is a test film ('Time Studies') I made to see the range of playback speeds that I could use. 'Time Studies' covers regular speed up to 1000% faster in increments of 100%. The test sample I used was pulled from 'Disciples of Androgyne' which is part 6 of 'Genderqueer'...a 65min film I made on the gender busting revolution. ( I will distribute 'Genderqueer' in a fast speed option as well as normal speed.) These films are made under the auspices of 'fair use' for non-commercial, educational, editorial and historical purposes.
  2. Hi, I'm looking to shoot my first 16mm short with a Bolex H-16. Going for a cinema-verite/60's avantgarde feel in terms of low light/natural light. Nearly all of the shots will be interior at night. Going for a look very similar to the scene below from 1:40 to 2:07 Curious to see if anyone can narrow down what film stock was used for this (or what similar stocks made today could work in a similar way)?? Also any idea what f.stop he was shooting at in said scene would be helpful as well! Thanks!
  3. http://youtu.be/c4IxLmrpktg Ektachrome 100D Super 8 shot on a Bolex Double Super 8 H8 Camera. Cross Processed and Hand Processed. Transferred to Video one frame at a time on a JK Optical Printer.
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