Nostalgic Super 8 film for weddings

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in Super 8 | No Comments

Weddings shot on Super 8 film bring that vintage look that connects you to the past, yet still maintain the timeless and fresh impression. While brides of the 80’s and 90’s were all about being shot on video, the past 10 years have shown a huge resurgence toward creating montage wedding footage on Super 8 […]

“The 8mm Revolution” – SUPER 8 Movie Featurette

Posted by on Jul 1, 2014 in Super 8 | No Comments

This piece off JJ Abrams’ SUPER 8 Movie Blu-Ray highlights the magic of the beloved 8mm/Super 8mm film formats. It discusses the history of the format, how it impacted the lives of the filmmakers, and how it is still a thriving format today. Shot and directed by M. David Melvin. Telecine, edit, color and VFX […]

In search of the “film look”

Posted by on Jun 17, 2014 in Film | No Comments

The film look – The most asked-for wedding video style. Everyone it seems wants their wedding video to look like a movie. Let us produce the real thing – A Super 8mm or Ultra 16mm movie using real Kodak film. Nothing compares to the dynamic range and beautiful aesthetic of real film and there’s no better medium […]

Modern projects on 16mm

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in 16mm | No Comments

Moonrise Kingdom was shot using super 16 mm. The Academy Award winning Leaving Las Vegas (1995) was shot on 16 mm. The first 2 seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer were shot on 16 mm and was switched to 35 mm for its later seasons. The first season of the popular series Sex and the […]

French Cinema

Posted by on Jun 11, 2014 in Film | No Comments

For more than a century, France has been a major influence on cinema and continues to be one of the most important producers of film, its output surpassed only by India, the United States, Japan and China. Around 200 full-length films are made in France each year. French cinema divides roughly evenly between commercial and […]