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Super 8 Filmmaker John Porter, Toronto, Canada

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CALLS FOR WORK 2/3/10

March 12 in Millbrook, Ontario
Ongoing: podcast - Jacksonville, Ill - New York City

FEBRUARY 12 IN TORONTO

The 1st Toronto One Take Super 8 Event
Make a super 8 film and premiere it at the
23rd Images Festival, April 1-10, Toronto.
25 filmmakers selected by an open call lottery.
Limited to Greater Toronto Area residents.
No experience required. Cameras available.
Pay $40 for 1 cartridge of film & processing,
then shoot, editing in-camera, within 4 weeks.
Artists' fees paid for all works.

Lottery Entry Deadline: Friday, February 12

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MARCH 12 IN MILLBROOK, ONTARIO

The Millbrook International 3-Minute Film Festival
A panel of industry professionals will judge the entries (video only)
and the prestigious Millie Awards will be announced and presented
at the Gala Screening and Awards Ceremony, April 24,
at the Cavan Monaghan Community Centre,
4 Needler's Lane, Millbrook, Ontario.

Deadline: March 12, 2010

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ONGOING PODCAST FROM UK

onsuper8.org presents

onsuper8 Podcast Film Channel, on Blip.tv, based in UK
Short videos originated on Super 8, Single 8 or 8mm film.

Entry ongoing. Free.

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ONGOING IN JACKSONVILLE, ILL

Postive Void: Hand-Processed Small-Format Film Festival
Ongoing screenings at Noir Art Emporium, Jacksonville, Illinois.
Films & videos shot & hand-processed on super 8, 8mm, or 16mm.
Maximum fifteen minutes. No entry fee.

Entries will be forwarded to the Flicker Film Festival network on request.

ONGOING IN NEW YORK CITY (& Dec 15)

New York Experimental @ The Tank, NYC
Monthly video and 16mm film series

Submit: VHS/DVD preview copy anytime.
Fees: $5/10
(under/over 50 minutes)
susan at thetanknyc dot org

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Dec 21 Hi John,
I took a Super 8mm filmmaking course at LIFT with you during the summer. Since then I have shot Super 8 twice. The first time I shot it came back from the lab great. However I just picked up my most recent film. Two of the rolls were reversal, one was the new Ektachrome. However when I got it back from the lab the negative film looked fine but something is wrong with the reversal. I've uploaded them to this link so you can see what I mean. https://youtu.be/t0LwPJ14yFs
Do you think this was something I did in camera or should I contact the lab? I think it was a processing error because the film looks like a negative towards the end.
Thanks for your help!
-Jess Jess Paquette jesjpaquette at gmail dot com

 

 

(Updated: February 3, 2010)