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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hi Dom,

sounds like you are doing great things, please keep us updated [Smile] !!! I watched and converted Quentin Reynolds' "Battle of the Atlantic" which you can also watch on my channel '16mmMaestro' on Youtube.

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Dominique De Bast
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Hello Elyas,
I watched your transfert of Ethiopian Mosaic. Did you use a filter or a special function on your camera ? The colour are turning red/pink but the white is still white, so I wondered if you did something special for that or if it's just how the film became.

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hello Dom,

yes I did, I used a cyan filter I bought from our very own Gerald Santana and it does wonders for turning film stock. Good eye, good sir, and hope you are having an excellent start to the week [Smile] !!!

Please subscribe if you already are not and talk soon [Big Grin] !!!

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Jason Gronn
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Screened Superman 4 in LPP scope tonight.
A superb print from Phil at CHC that l received last week.

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Janice Glesser
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My son was visiting. We started out the evening watching the SF Giants baseball game, but when the game wasn't going our way, we decided to instead watch my 16mm print of the Goodbye Girl. I've posted pics of it previously and it's still one of Richard Dreyfuss's best roles.

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David Baker
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Recently acquired and ran THE HAUNTED PALACE ( 1963 Vincent Price ) in scope and pretty good color with some fade but blues and greens still there .
SUPERMAN TV episodes , MYSTERY IN WAX , B/W and a color one I can't think of the title now . Overall very good condition on both .

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Ross Gibbs
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Running a little pop-up cinema over winter for neighbours and friends. First film of the blocks 2001. Flat TV print with great colour and condition, I masked and cropped it slightly wide which worked quite well. Excuse the plants in the herb garden showing the the bottom left, they have been cropped now too. [Smile]

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Ross Gibbs
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I ran Clockwork Orange as film 2 in our Winter series. Wide screen print, quite a dark but with great colour.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Nice Clockwork Orange. Sick and great film

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Ross Gibbs
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A much maligned black comedy with a strong social message, by one of the great directors.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Watched through my 16mm widescreen print of Frances ... Jessica Lange is lovely in this quite sad story
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David C. Lucidi
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Had a small gathering up at my inlaws last night (2 hours from my house). Decided to bring some of my equipment for an impromptu outdoor movie night. Had about 12 people watching. Started with the National Anthem, then WB Cartoon (Lumber Jerks), followed by the main feature -- Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

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Ross Gibbs
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I love a ninja 16mm showing!

We watched Film 3 in our backyard Winter festival last night Hammer's Rasputin the Mad Monk. Again dark print but not a mark on it and rich colour.) It was chilly 3 degrees but a couple of gas heaters did the trick for the patrons (Stuffu winter).

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hi all,

not a feature by any means but an awesome business promo material nonetheless... Cheers [Big Grin] !!!

Best,
ET

https://youtu.be/3IQplHBNNV8

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw a good Richard Donner film, though quality isn't that good. Inside Moves with John Savage doing a great job. It's pale, reddish, but still has some blues (can be seen in certain pictures). Paid about 10 GBP, so I can't complain ... Got two 1600' reels and a can
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Janice Glesser
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I've always liked that movie Vidar. I have it on digital. I originally saw it on HBO...but haven't seen in on TV for many years.

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Vidar Olavesen
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Saw a couple of other old 16mm films a few days ago ...
One Man, 1977 starring Barry Morse. Strong colour, especially the red :-/
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Chu Chu and the Philly Flash. Quite a good cast in this
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Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run ... Sadly, very splicey with jump cuts over dialog and red
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It's a hilarous film, love that old Woody Allen humour

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Janice Glesser
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I watched Some Like It Hot (1959). This is one of my all time favorite comedies starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, and Marilyn Monroe. The falsetto voice Tony Curtis uses cracks me up every time [Smile] This movie is timeless.

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Andrew Woodcock
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It's a film I also would dearly love to own on Super 8mm Janice. Derann did release around 3 or 4 of the most popular Monroe movies but they are seldom seen and when they do appear in fabulous condition, they sell for very high amounts.

There was a post not long back on here about a mint print of the Derann release "Gentleman Prefer Blondes".
A UK collector on here purchased it for what he described as "the most he has ever payed for a Super 8mm feature film".
I know it would have been in mint condition as I have myself purchased from the same seller and his prints are always in incredible condition.

I doubt he or anyone else would ever have any regrets for whatever they pay for these absolute classics. You have a real gem there Janice!

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Elyas Tesfaye
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Hello all,

watched and uploaded British Steel's 1970 documentary "Steel research" to my Youtube channel [Big Grin] !!!

Best,
Elyas

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekCHMc2Ae5w

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Janice Glesser
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Andrew the print I have of Some Like It Hot is a dupe. Lines come and go on the first reel...the second reel is much better. The contrast is good and the sound good also. All in all very watchable and I'm happy to add it to my collection.

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Andrew Woodcock
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Looks great to me Janice from your screenshots [Smile]

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Ross Gibbs
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Great copy of Some Like It Hot.
We watched film 4 in our Winter series on Saturday. A grindhouse special, Kill or be Killed. A 77 South African low budget karate film with Nazis! Warming Agfa print with minimal lines. Lot's of fun.

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Francisco Javier Herrera
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TOP SECRET!

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