One of my great joys in life is teaching. Not only do I have my own film school which provides education and various super 8, 16mm and 35mm cameras to my students, but I also work for LACHSA the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
Last year, my students shot two music video's on 16mm and did a photochemical finish on one of them.
This year, we're using a more standard digital workflow. The in-class task was to shoot a one class-period (3 hours) music video on 35mm. The stock was a donation and the processing and 4k transfer was paid for by the school.
I went through the camera with them the class prior and they all got a chance to load the magazines with dud film and the camera. For the actual music video shoot, all of them got to be behind the camera. We had a lot of fun making this very basic video and in the end, they did a great job. It's not easy to focus pull on 35mm with a flickering monitor, it's not easy getting the exposure right and lighting properly for 100 ISO (rated) stock we used. I'm pretty happy with the final product, even though it looks like a bunch of kids having fun. In the end that's what it's all about! These are high school students after all!
Arricam LT 3 perf
Fuji Eterna Vivid 160T (rated at 100 ISO) no filter used exterior
4k Scan and 4k finish Pro Res XQ 12 bit 444.