My aim is to provide useful, practical and accurate advice. I can assist with technical reports, investigations, consultation and help with suppliers.Mobile +44(0)7817206979
You can email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on thumbnail to see names; kindly supplied by Kim Seager
Creativity and Disappearing Celluloid
The photo below is of what is thought
to be a Humphries Film Labs outing.
ADDITION TO THIS SITE
A Tool for Identifying Film Sound Tracks. Sound Film Identification
Other site links
Thanks to David E Pelayo for a copy of the Bell and Howell Splicer Price list from September 1939 and also the March 1940 Splicer Operating Instructions. B&H_Splicers.htm
David has also supplied a copy of a November 1918 contract between Goldwyn Pictures and Craftsmen Film Laboratories from his personal collection. Goldwyn_Contract.html
Also details on Academy Leader and Cue Marks from ACVL Handbook 4th Edition.
I have included a list of film stocks for which I have data sheets.
Some links on this site
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HOW FILMS WERE MADE AND SHOWN
Some aspects of the technical side of
Motion Picture Film 1895-2015
cover digital reprints are available.
Some useful contacts
Film and Video Storage
If you are interested in film or video storage Terry Mccallum (email@example.com ) offers a storage / archive facility to T.V. & feature film production companies in all film & tape formats. He is also happy to assist, where possible, with tracing lost films.
The Super8 Reversal Lab offers a processing service for all new and expired small format films. The lab develops double8, doublesuper8, super8, single8 and 16mm films. The Lab carries out custom processing for all sorts of people. They develop films in co-operation with Film Rescue International, and focus on photo chemical processing only. The digital services that are offered are outsourced.