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The Blue Grotto - Help us shoot super 16mm and keep film alive!


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#1 Matthew Greiner

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Posted 20 October 2012 - 11:00 AM

Hi everyone,

As some of you may have seen, I've been getting feedback from some of the other film users on the forums in the past couple months. Well, the time is coming closer, and in early November I will be shooting a short film on Super 16mm film. I have never shot film before, but I've been doing my homework and I already feel as though I've learned a lot of valuable information about cinematography doing so.

The Blue Grotto is a film that director Jon Buchanan and myself (DP) hope you will enjoy, but as you all know film stock, development and processing, and equipment rentals can be pricey (especially for students like us).

Please, if you have time, take a look at our indiegogo campaign. You don't have to donate, of course that would be extremely appreciated, but if you like it, or share it that helps us as well. Please help us reach our goal so we can keep film alive and shoot this wonderful short film on super 16mm!

Thanks so much.

Best,
Matthew Greiner

http://www.indiegogo...rotto?a=1582071
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