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Jerry Fairbank's 1948 Standard Oil (Indiana) film "Inside Story of Modern Gasoline" is the subject of this installment of "Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase". This classic industrial film explores Standards Red and White crown brands that were being marketed during the post World War 2 era. The film makes great use of cinematography, cartoon animation, and a terrific musical score to discuss and sell the brand. The "Inside Story of Modern Gasoline" was one of two versions of the film that was made simultaneously; this version being produced for internal exhibition amongst Standard Oil employeesl. The second version "Gasoline's Amazing Molecules" (currently missing) was prepared for public exhibition, and interestingly has the same running time as "Inside Story Of Modern Gasoline". Boschen's intro to the film gives background information on t the Standard Oil Company of Indiaan and also the Jerry Fairbanks studio. The intro was shot with a Canon 5D Mark III and edited with Adobe Premiere Pro. The public domain film “Inside Story Modern Gasoline” is available for both viewing and downloading from the Prelinger Archives, courtesy of Rick Prelinger: https://archive.org/details/0320_Inside_Story_of_Modern_Gasoline_The_21_01_00_00+ More details
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The first installment of "Jon Boschen's Classic Industrial Film Showcase" presents one of Mr. Boschen's favorite industrial and documentary films of all time "Aluminum on The March". This film is THE definite industrial film, as it's graced with gorgeous Cinematography, an outstanding musical score, and Stop Motion Animation. The copy of this video is available from the Prelinger Archives and and can be downloaded here: https://archive.org/details/0583_Aluminum_on_the_March IMDB Listing: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3977416/ This video was filmed with a Canon 5D Mark III and edited utilizing Adobe Premiere Pro+ More details
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Color is a subtle tool that can transport us from our ordinary lives to extraordinary worlds of cinema. Peel back the layers of history and look at how color was first understood and implemented in the world of film. Full lesson write up here: filmmakeriq.com/lessons/the-history-and-science-of-color-film-from-isaac-newton-to-the-coen-brothers This lesson is proudly sponsored by: http://ikancorp.com ikan is an award-winning designer, manufacturer and distributor of video and film production support that provides media professionals with simplicity in design, affordability and unmatched value. http://BlackMagicDesign.com Creating the world's highest quality solutions for the feature film, post production and television broadcast industries.+ More details
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