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  1. Hi, I just want to share link to Paul-Anthony Mille´s posthouse: http://kafardfilms.fr/film-stocks-processing/ He is doing so far, the cheapest work in Europe. 16mm - 400ft = 200 € 35mm - 400ft = 150 € (Prices are for developming, cleaning and 2K/4K scanning) Development is done by Hiventy lab, Paris and Paul is doing scans at his posthouse. I have not met Paul in person yet, I just want to share this cheap and great quality alternative on market 🙂 Many people already know Paul, but for those who not, this is the solution to keep you shooting film
  2. Kodak Appoints Christian Richter to Film Lab and Studio Relationship Manager ROCHESTER, NY (May 14, 2013) – As part of Kodak’s ongoing efforts to support the motion picture film infrastructure, the company has appointed Christian Richter to the newly created role of film lab and studio relationship manager, effective immediately. Richter will be responsible for developing and managing strategies to optimize the workflow between studios, filmmakers, laboratories and post-production facilities. He will report to Andrew Evenski, Kodak’s president and general manager of the company’s Entertainment Imaging division. “There is a growing concern that the changes occurring in the industry will be detrimental to the motion picture film infrastructure, and we want to alleviate that concern,” says Evenski. “There is a thriving, global lab network and many filmmakers are choosing film. Christian has more than 15 years of extensive, international experience to contribute to this new role. He will liaise with our customers and promote the options for shooting anywhere in the world, utilizing the high-quality film system in place to support those productions.” Since joining Kodak in 1997, Richter has worked solely in the Entertainment Imaging division, fulfilling roles on an international scale. His responsibilities have ranged from managing the business unit’s initiatives for students, film schools and emerging filmmakers in Germany, to general management of Kodak’s Cinelabs in Dubai and Bulgaria. After developing broad international sales experience over several years, he became an integral part of Kodak’s product development and innovation advocacy teams, working with R&D scientists to drive product quality and growth. His business acumen includes a skill set for overseeing people, projects, products and industry partnerships. Richter is currently the business manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, a title he’ll maintain as he embarks on his new responsibilities. Previously, he was the Business Development Manager for Western Europe. “I want to make it as easy as possible for filmmakers to shoot on film, regardless of where they are shooting around the globe,” says Richter. “Filmmakers do not have to shy away from using film because of uncertainties around the availability of laboratory services. That infrastructure is in place. At the same time it will be exciting to work with the lab community, ensuring their services are well promoted within the industry.” # About Kodak’s Entertainment Imaging Business Kodak’s Entertainment Imaging business is the world leader in providing motion picture film and imaging products, services, and technology for the professional motion picture and exhibition industries. For more information, visit www.kodak.com/go/motion. Follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/KodakMotionPictureFilm), Twitter (@Kodak_ShootFilm), and YouTube (youtube.com/KodakShootFilm).
  3. Hello, I am currently a senior undergrad and thinking about pursuing an MA in Cinematography, or perhaps Film Production/Editing, in a couple of years. I'm interested in pursuing Documentary or Independent film. I have some questions. 1. I've been looking at some film schools in the UK and Canada (I'm not very interested in schools in the US) but I am not sure where I would like to go yet. Are there other countries that have good film programs? 2. I know that portfolios vary from school to school, but what kind of videos/films should you have in a good portfolio? I have a couple videos from previous film courses and my own work such as commercials, promotional videos, and 5 minute shorts. I'm taking a video production independent study next semester and I need some ideas on what I can work on to prepare for this. Thanks!
  4. Hey guys! I just joined this site today and am hoping to learn a lot and connect with a lot of people. Currently I'm 15 and in the 10th grade and have a passion for cinematography and filmmaking. I've been video editing for years but more recently (roughly 1 1/2 years ago) got serious about it. I've started working more with the film aspect of filmmaking this year as I'm now taking an AV Production class at my school and i'm loving it. I've always been working in post but have only more recently starting to do more things with cinematography. So anyways, I was wondering if film school was really worth it? I know quite a lot of things already about cinematography and film production and from this site and others I could learn so much more, without having to go to film school. Many people say that it's a waste of money and unless you're going to film school with very little to no knowledge of filmmaking, then I'd probably agree. But I want to hear from some people on here who have had experience. I'm also starting to make some connections with music video editors/directors and independent cinematographers so I can get help from them as well. I'll also post some of my work from youtube on here when I get the chance and I've recently made a vimeo so I will post it there as well. Thanks and I look forward to connecting with a lot of you!
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