in about 1998, I shot this black and white Super 16 “portrait” of my maternal grandmother, Anne Frazer Fuller, who passed away at 94 on Feb 13th 2015. That short had been finished in BetacamSP — shoddy by today’s standards — but it was shot in Super 16, so I dug in my storage space and found the camera negative, Ilford 400, a beautiful silvery but volitile stock. I had it rescanned at HD res. Turns out that the film was in fairly bad shape, with gelatin transfer to the base it was rolled against and some shrinking and stretching that appears as vertical lines, and there was some buckling and warping of the film to boot. But the transfer came out quite usable, if far less than ideal, though a bunch of image stabilization was required. Still, it's infinitely better than the Betacam! I matched the cut to eye (luckily it's short) and re-synced the audio, did a lot of vertical stabilization, and here it is.