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#1 Moises Perez

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 09:20 PM

I found this site by accident. It’s full of interesting facts and personal opinions. Check it out.

 

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https://www.facebook.com/groups/27648968851/

 

 


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#2 Moises Perez

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Posted 24 May 2016 - 12:13 PM

Could you guys share your favorite Super 8mm film internet websites?

 

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#3 Andries Molenaar

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 02:07 AM

The facebook group is very much unorderly. All this first time yapping of spoiled people who want everything for free and about trivia could cost the better part of a day. Then it is all languages across.

 

Socmedia is killing all forums.

 

This used to be the most interesting: http://www.filmshoot.../scripts/forum/

but it is faded very much.

This is very good: http://www.filmvorfu.../13-schmalfilm/

Or this http://www.filmkorn.org/ 

Mostly quiet these days.

 

And there are plenty in languages around the world.

Forums like here :) usually have a small group or writers and a more or less a steady amount of readers.

I doubt there are more than 50 writers here. Simple super-8 posts get some 200 views in 10 days.

How many of that are robotic?


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#4 Moises Perez

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Posted 25 May 2016 - 04:36 PM

The facebook group is very much unorderly. All this first time yapping of spoiled people who want everything for free and about trivia could cost the better part of a day. Then it is all languages across.

 

Socmedia is killing all forums.

 

This used to be the most interesting: http://www.filmshoot.../scripts/forum/

but it is faded very much.

This is very good: http://www.filmvorfu.../13-schmalfilm/

Or this http://www.filmkorn.org/ 

Mostly quiet these days.

 

And there are plenty in languages around the world.

Forums like here :) usually have a small group or writers and a more or less a steady amount of readers.

I doubt there are more than 50 writers here. Simple super-8 posts get some 200 views in 10 days.

How many of that are robotic?

 

 

Andries,

 

Very interesting sites, and yes, it's crazy to know that more languages other than English are also very active when it comes to talk and discuss topics about the true universal language, film.

 

MOY


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#5 Andries Molenaar

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Posted 26 May 2016 - 07:14 AM

 

 

Andries,

 

Very interesting sites, and yes, it's crazy to know that more languages other than English are also very active when it comes to talk and discuss topics about the true universal language, film.

 

MOY


Oddly it seems people like to have conversations in their own language :)

Also there  is an option to get together at film fairs and such.

filmvorfuerher seems lively enough although the number of posters and readers is limited like it is on this cinematography subsection.  I noticed a forum in Spain once.

 

Plenty to see here : http://cine-super8.net/

This must be robotic, otherwise mr Porter is very dedicated ::  http://www.super8porter.ca/


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