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Super 16mm processing and scanning solution? in Vietnam


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#1 Tuan Doan

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Posted 06 August 2016 - 06:47 AM

I'm a young filmmaker in Vietnam who has no experience with film but i've always had a hankering for shooting analog. I've found out that there's no 16mm/35mm film lab in my country. I've intended to shoot my next project with krasnogorsk-3( that i'll buy on ebay) and super 16mm stock which i'll have to order online.

The problem is film processing and scanning. Is sending the film out to a lab in a foreign country( us, uk ect) a good idea? and if it is. Can someone recommend a good lab? 

 

My hope is that some experts on this forum will suggest a potential solution. Analog filmmaking in Vietnam is despairingly expressionless and my fear is it will continue to stay that way.


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#2 Robert Houllahan

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Posted 06 August 2016 - 01:23 PM

Looks like this lab is closest to you in Thailand:

 

http://www.g2d.co.th/film.html

 

Take a look at Kodak's lab locator:

 

 

http://motion.kodak....x.htm?blitz=off


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