Telecine from the positive print.
Camera - Konvas KSR-2M
Lens - OKS 35-1-12
Speed - 24 fps.
Shutter angle - 150 degrees.
Film stock - Kodak 5219, 2383, 2242
Bleach bypass processing - negative, interpositive, positive films.
James Franco Directs a series of sexy short films for 7 For All Mankind. Shot on a mix of Super 8mm and Ultra16mm filmstocks and cameras provided by Cinelicious this campaign is the first utilize the new 2K/4K "overscan" capapitlites of the Scanity film scanner cinelicious.tv/we-love-film.
Client: 7 For All Mankind youtube.com/user/7ForAllMankindJeans
President: Barry Miguel
Director/Editor: James Franco
DP: Max Goldman
Production & Post services: Cinelicious
Film/Camera/Post Consulting: Paul Korver - EP
Colorist: Steve Rodriguez
Telecine Producer: Reggie Diaz
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 by Cinelicious.
Featuring Interviews by:
JJ Abrams (Writer / Director / Producer - SUPER 8)
Steven Spielberg (Producer - SUPER 8)
Brian Burk (Producer - SUPER 8)
Larry Fong (DP - SUPER 8)
Paul Korver (Principal - Cinelicious cinelicious.tv)
Norwood Cheek (Founder - Flicker flickerla.com)
Dennis Murren (VFX Supervisor - SUPER 8)
Michael Giacchino (Composer - SUPER 8)
Joel Courtney (Actor "Joe Lamb" - SUPER 8)
Riley Griffiths (Actor "Charles Kaznyk" - SUPER 8)
Shot on Film
Any type of content originated on 70mm/35mm/16mm/8mm filmstock.
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Shot on super16mm 50DVision3, 250DVision3 and 500T Vision3 with the Arrifelx SR3 and ultraprimes.
Take a look at our medium-lenght film shot on 35 mm (Kodak) with anamorphic lenses (Panavision):
About the post-production: 35mm processing and photochemical timing (no digital intermediate), and then a digital version for vimeo, dvds,....
Shot on Kodak Vision2 50D 5201, Vision3 250D 5207, Vision3 200T 5213
(BTW: first French film on Kodak Vision3 200T)
Short film, Shot on Kodak.