Do you want to be hip and groovy? Why not consider owning an "Amphicar"! It's all the latest rage!
Back in the 1960's the company my father worked for began importing Amphicars into Australia. This one was on display in their showroom and was taken out for a demonstration in 1963 on the Patawalonga River in Glenelg, South Australia by Sven Kallin. This footage, shot on Standard 8mm film, was taken by my father, John Willis the day he went for a ride.
How the film was converted:
The video transfer was done using a Tobin Cinema Systems TVT-D8 PHD transfer projector which does frame by frame synchronised capture in 1024x768 resolution over a Firewire 400 connection to the PC. The capture is originally processed using a Y800 codec and is De-Bayered in the capture software to form an RGB24 raw video file. Post processing was done in Adobe Premiere for colour enhancement and noise reduction using Neat Video 3.1
"A small detail can change just about everything."
A new short film from the Bad Babies.
Shot in Super 16mm.
Starring: Christopher Lanceley, Naci Baybura, Lucia Bellini, Cristina Pascotto.
Directed by George Basiev and Lucia Bellini
Cinematography by Nicola Raggi
A cinematography assignment shot on 16mm. Starring John Clancy-Tone.
Director, Producer, Editor: Vanessa Yuille
Story by: Vanessa Yuille
Screenplay by: Andy Orin
Director of Photography: Jeremy Parsons
Assistant Director: Adam Bruns
Assistant Camera: Chris Mulkey
Associate Producer: Marlisha Walton
24 MIN / COL / S16 MM (35 MM BLOW UP) / DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 / GERMAN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
FEAT.: FELIX KRAMER; SANDRA HÜLLER; KNUT BERGER; CHRISTOPH TOMANEK; DOMINIK LINDHORST; SOPHIE CONRAD; HELMUT RÜHL
D: Michael Venus SP: Susanna Mewe DOP: Marius von Felbert P: Jörg Lassak M: Johannes Lehniger & Holger Schuhmann C: Uta Jäger PD: Karola Soós H&MU: Franziska Knoll ED: Hendrik Smith SD: Rolf Manzei & Studio Funk SFX: Effectiv Team VFX: Schönheitsfarm
SYNOPSIS: "A dark costume drama set around the dawning of the X-ray machine. Young doctor Georg believes that the newly invented apparatus can cure anything. His medical quest estranges him from his wife Charlotte. To counter the growing distance between them Charlotte puts herself completely behind her husband’s cause. Meticulous attention is paid to detail in this period piece. As every element breathes the grim expectation of horrible consequences, the story inevitably spirals out of control." (Cinestud, Amsterdam)