Tag: shooting on celluloid

How Digital Killed Film Making

“That’s a wrap!” Don’t be fooled by this classic phrase even if your actors and crew have already popped open the champagne and lit their cigars. You might well have shot all of your scenes, but if, like most people, you’re shooting on digital, it’s highly likely you’ll be back on set before you’ve even started an offline edit. Processing…

Why You Should Be Shooting on Super 8

Super 8 mm film is beautiful! It’s beautiful to watch but even more beautiful and exciting to shoot it for yourself and watch what you’ve shot. Super 8 does something to your footage. Where digital film kind of gives you a neutral image which may be altered in post-production, Super 8 already gives you a very poetic image which really…

Beyond the camera … continued (Digital Film-making Vs Celluloid Film)

This is a continuation to Manjeet’s previous post. After almost completing our first feature “The Meeting” it is very liberating producing a film without the professional technical procedures. “The Meeting” despite its simplicity is the most technically polished film we have ever made and with anything that aims to achieve that technical level involves a lot of collaboration. It made…

Beyond the Camera (Digital Film-making Vs Celluloid Film)

Although our first collective feature film isn’t fully completed yet, a couple of us have already begun shooting new films. However, this time we’ve opted to go for a much rawer and natural method of production. Our film’s up until now have all been shot with professional equipment, and while cinema rigs, multiple lenses and boom mics have allowed us…