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Posted 24 May 2006 - 09:39 AM

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BE CURIOUS:

clapper DOUBLE MURDER Jürgen Lossau about Kodak and Fuji

viewer HONG KONG GOES 8 Screening, workshop and exhibition ? a very special show in Hong Kong. Sebastian Seidel was there

viewer ARRI, FUJI, PRO8MM News around the smallformat world

the old babies THE UNKNOWN ARRIS Gerhard Fromm shows us designs for medicine, space flight and television

interview MONSIEUR NEUF CINQ Jürgen Lossau talked to Daniel Colland, the Frenchman who keeps 9.5mm alive

power pack WINNERS AND LOSERS Worthless and precious cameras

labs PROCESSING SUPER-8 AT HOME Friedemann Wachsmuth is a do-it-yourselfer

time lapse WEIMAR VIVAX AND THE SMALL MUCK Kurt Enz about the projectors of the former German Democratic Republic (GDR)

zoom CHANCE SIMILARITIES Have a look at these film and video cameras ? there is an uncanny resemblance

screening ?THIS WILL BLOW YOUR SOCKS OFF? says John Clancy ? thirty years of the British Film Collectors Convention

movie school LEARNING HOW TO MAKE FILMS FROM TV Arnold H. Müller describes the art of content transfer: Dramatizing informational films

movie school SUPER-8 IS SUPER! Dr. Carl-Hellmut Hoefer starts his series about the basics

super-8 EIGHT THE HARD WAY Trevor Markwart informs about getting the most from digital film transfers

16mm FILMING ON 16mm Dr. Carl-Hellmut Hoefer is sure of it: The noble format lives on

power pack LIST OF FILM STOCK Heiko Riemann lists all 16mm film products

test A NEW BLACK AND WHITE SENSATION Simon Wyss about Gigabit film

test SILENT CONQUERORS Jürgen Lossau visited MWA Nova, a company that enjoys worldwide success with the flashSCAN 8 film to video transfer machine

out of sync BAD SOUND FROM YOUR ELMO GS-1200? Hansjürgen Feders knows every detail about sound projectors

forum LETTERS TO THE EDITOR A lot of opinions concerning issue no. 01/2006

We will ship the new issue in about two weeks.


smallformat 3/2006 invites you to explore these topics:


Video on film

The Black & White Film Factory from Ontario, Canada offers a service that is unique worldwide. They Copy DV and HDV video onto Super 8 film, in color or black & white. 'smallformat' tests its quality.

A feature on Super 8

German actress Franka Potente has shot a 48-minute silent movie. She captured her film on Super 8 color stock, intending it to resemble a silent movie from the 1920s. It was converted to B&W in post production and features a piano soundtrack. The piece was a big success at Berlinale, the Berlin film festival, and will be featured in movie theatres starting in August. smallformat brings an exclusive report on this unique project.



Straight Eight

Paul Beard, a British filmmaker, describes his experience with Super 8 and DV. In 2004, he participated in the straight8 competition for the first time. It resulted in one of his films being bought and broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.




Processing E6 yourself

Following up on a hands-on report about processing small gauge film in this issue, Beatrice Jäggi (Switzerland) describes E6 processing techniques.



Ikonoskop ? a new model from Sweden

Two Swedish film freaks have developed a 16 mm camera that has become very successful, selling over 120 units. smallformat puts it to the test.
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#2 filmfreund

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Posted 05 June 2006 - 10:25 AM

Hi Tim,

why did you lock this topic on Super-8? The Super 8 Today magazine also trailered some topics from its new issue and wasn't locked. I think you should be fair enough to treat both magazines the same way. Thanks.

Juergen
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