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Juergen Lossau
Expert Film Handler

Posts: 159
From: Hamburg, Germany
Registered: Mar 2005


 - posted May 03, 2008 09:08 AM      Profile for Juergen Lossau   Author's Homepage   Email Juergen Lossau   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Contest: Win your preferred Super 8 or 16mm film stock

Tell smallformat magazine about your latest Super 8 or 16mm production. This can be a film you have already produced or a film you are just starting. It may be a documentary project or a movie. Let us know about your idea, your script, your preparations, the sets, the shooting and the postproduction. Give us an idea of the viewer's first reactions. And - perhaps -- send us a link so our readers can watch the short - if it is a short. Very important: We need some photos from the set, some of yourself with your movie camera and some screen shots from your film -- in high quality (300 dpi). smallformat will publish the best submissions. By participating in this competition you grant us the right to print your story and the pictures that you've sent us - and you guarantee that you are the owner of the rights to reprint the photos.

Here is what you can win:

Super 8 section

First prize
20 cartridges of the Kodak Super 8 film of your choice (reversal, negative, black & white)

Second prize
15 cartridges of the Kodak Super 8 film of your choice (reversal, negative, black & white)

Third prize
10 cartridges of Kodak Ektachrome 64T

16mm section

5 rolls of Vision3 500T (120m each)

These prizes have been donated by Eastman Kodak. For more information have a look at www.smallformat.de

Juergen

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John Clancy
Phenomenal Film Handler

Posts: 1954
From: Cornwall
Registered: Jun 2003


 - posted May 04, 2008 03:55 AM      Profile for John Clancy   Author's Homepage   Email John Clancy   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Whoa! That sounds like it's worth entering. Does the production have to be 100% film or can film just make up a proportion of the production?

Reason I ask is because I'm currently working on something where film will only make up a small part, mainly to produce some archival looking imagery.

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Juergen Lossau
Expert Film Handler

Posts: 159
From: Hamburg, Germany
Registered: Mar 2005


 - posted May 04, 2008 04:12 AM      Profile for Juergen Lossau   Author's Homepage   Email Juergen Lossau   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
That is also possible! But film should take an important part in it!

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