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#1 Jamie McIntyre

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 10:15 PM

I'm shooting 2 rolls of 100ft on Thursday and i need them processed and preped for telecine.

However, i also have a negative that has already been processed and is sitting here in the 'Negative box'.

I'm dropping the 2x100ft rolls off for processing on Thursday afternoon with instructions to 'prep for telecine'. When i return to fotokem next week to use the telecine machine should i just take the other neg. i need to telecine also? Will they let me do that? Even though that neg isn't 'prepped'?

It's like 300 foot in total to be telecine'd to mini DV.

Oh, what are processing and telecine prices at fotokem like for a student?

Cheers,

Jamie McIntyre
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#2 Joseph Winchester

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 10:26 PM

I would drop the developed negative off with the others (tell them it's already processed!) and have them prep it for telecine. They'll clean it and add the necessary leaders or likely splice it together with the other two once they're processed. I'm sure they would appreciate the forethought.

As for student prices, better to get that directly from them, so give them a call. They're friendly :P
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#3 Jamie McIntyre

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 10:51 PM

Thanks Joseph.

Turns out that Fotokem doesn't let students telecine at all.

A teacher told me that film works was good. But i can't find a website for it.

Can anyone set me in the right direction?

Cheers,

Jamie.
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#4 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 23 May 2007 - 02:13 AM

Filmworks Laboratories Digital film Lab Processing, Telecine Visual finishing and Duplication
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Office 323.655.2639
Cel 310.402.7528

I also found this info for a company called Filmworks Digital, I'm not sure which is the one you want, probably the first one which doesn't seem to have a website But I posted both

This could be a production company, although in was listed in a directory with the same name as above SOOOO, I'd call and ask

Address: 300 W Olympic Blvd
90068 Los Angeles
California, USA.
Phone: 1 323 2643978
Fax 1 323 8514586
http://www.filmworks.com
Contact: Jean Dewe
http://www.filmworks...t.com/mail.html

There are a lot of companies in LA called "filmworks".....go figure....so it's probably not really your fault BUT Google, Dude. This took me all of 4 minutes ta finds. B)
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