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frame a 2:35 from an HD then anamorphise en the shoot


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#1 Delorme Jean-Marie

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Posted 13 March 2008 - 03:03 AM

hi all

for a short we shot 1 year ago, and after winning some prizes and money in festivals we are able to go to a print.

the film was shot in the scope ratio 2:35
we planed to shoot on an arri lazer with an anamorphose.

so the final print will be in the real 2:35 ratio for projection : scope


what is your opinion, have you done it before?
max any idea?
i'm quite confident with this route and the people doing it : post house is Mikros image in Paris and the lab is the great Arane lab in Paris (imagecare)

thx all let me know
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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 13 March 2008 - 11:49 AM

It's done all the time. I've shot a number of HDCAM movies that were filmed-out to 35mm anamorphic: Jackpot, D.E.B.S., When Do We Eat?, The Quiet. Put a framing chart at the head of the project or deliver a letterboxed project so the people doing the film-out know where to crop (though most movies are a center crop anyway.)

Just remind them constantly that you want to crop and stretch and record-out to 2.40 35mm anamorphic ('scope'). Have it on the paperwork somewhere.
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