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Old July 26th, 2004, 02:01 PM   #31
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Let's please get back on track here about HD10 footage to 35 mm film. Talking about HD in Europe would best be done at our TOTEM forum.

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Old August 6th, 2004, 04:45 PM   #32
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HD10 to 35mm/please help & suggestions

hi everybody. first of all, thanks a lot for the useful information and tips that usually i find here. i have learned so much great things that helped me a lot in my projects! i am a documentaries filmmaker that is planning right now his first movie that is something in between a fiction film and a documentary. it touches our recently history of violence, corruption, inequity and have strong social issues that certainly will do very dificulty the distribution process. i am sure about it. for that reason i am trying to take another way. i have one hd10 and would love transfer to 35mm for teatrical exhibition (things here sometimes are harder but in other ways are easier)... with a first 35mm copy you can find for sure a group of theathers and market your movie.
i have a lot of concerns for the 30p to 24p issue. whatever my budget is so small so i will try a home-made kinetoscopy. i will rent the best plasma hd monitor that can be found, and film directly the finished movie with a 35mm camera and maybe an 80mm lens. i have a lot of questions and i am really scared about throw my money with an experiment that could be a completly disaster! in the other hand i feel so much passion for this history in particular and you know guys that everybody here love the things that we do. any comments? i am trying to find as much information as is possible about this process. PLEASE HELP ME WITH YOUR KNOWLEDGE!!!

Thanks in advance,

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Old August 6th, 2004, 04:55 PM   #33
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Alberto,

I merged your post into this thread. Check out some of the replies here.

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