I've posted this in a thread related specifically to the Ektachrome 100D film stock, but I'm looking for more feedback. This is a sample reel of footage shot for my undergraduate capstone film project, "The Rose Maker." It's a 12-minute fairy tale shot on Ektachrome with an Eclair ACL and various lenses, primarily in a studio lit by HMIs covered with Roscoe theatre gels (lavenders, blues, and yellows mostly), with tungsten lights used to simulate firelight. Exteriors were shot with the bare sun; various ND filters, an orange grad filter, and a Roscoe red gel employed like a filter were used in front of the lens.
I'm the director of this project, not the cinematographer, but any feedback would be extremely helpful to me for learning what to ask a DP about, what to be careful of, how to anticipate what something might look like when I can't see the film, etc.