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#1 Kirk Anderson

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Posted 05 March 2006 - 12:57 AM

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Here's a short film I shot in Two days with a Bolex wind up. It's not too impressive other than the fact that I only shot two 100 foot rolls in 6 hours and I edited it completely on a Flatbed Steenbeck with a gullotine and tape in about 8 hours. I know old skool technology but I wanted to do it right. The steenbeck scratched the hell out of my workprint and im not excited to throw down cash for someone to cut the negative, it was more of a learning process in 16mm than anything else. I still have the negative, I could telecine it but I'd rather spend the cash on color stock for my new K3. Let me know what you think. In the end I projected it on a Eiki and shot it off with a crappy handicam of my buddies, because I left my PD 150 at home, D'oh! Now i don't have a projector and i have a goofy ass reel. SO, please bear with all the scratches, dust, tape, blood sweat and tears.
Let me know if you have anywork as well.
Kirk
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PS check out my other video, Brand new Colony
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#2 Phil Thompson

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Posted 08 March 2006 - 05:56 AM

yo, i watched a bit of this. The google thing does it no justice. it ends up looking like a DV film with magic bullet scratch effects etc on. Id love to see this telecined... Why dont u do it? wicked tho that u cut it by hand. Did u get loads of hairs on it?
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#3 Kirk Anderson

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Posted 08 March 2006 - 12:22 PM

yo, i watched a bit of this. The google thing does it no justice. it ends up looking like a DV film with magic bullet scratch effects etc on. Id love to see this telecined... Why dont u do it? wicked tho that u cut it by hand. Did u get loads of hairs on it?

yeah, when you're editing manually sometimes you drop the work print on the ground. lol, it happens. Where would i get a cheap telecine?
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#4 Ronney Ross

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Posted 24 March 2006 - 06:20 PM

Not sure of their quality but try filmrescue.com seems to be in my price range=cheap. lol

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Posted 05 April 2006 - 07:26 AM

Kircules. I like your style. It seems unique instead of trying too hard like most out there. One thing that is key here is attention to detail. Your stuff might not be flashy, but it sure as hell does not bore. It keeps my curiosity going on. I enjoyed both films. They look professional in their own way.
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#6 Kirk Anderson

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 10:52 PM

THanks oobe,
I really appreciate your post. thats what this forum is all about!
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