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FilmLight Case Study: Mining the archives for First Man Posted: 11/12/2018
FilmLight Case Study: Mining the archives for First Man
The movie First Man dramatises the story of Neil Armstrong’s famous giant leap for mankind. To give it a strong sense of authenticity, Director Damien Chazelle approached NASA to see if there was any archive footage from the Apollo era.
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straight 8 Calls for Entries in 2016 Competition Posted: 12/02/2016
straight 8 Calls for Entries in 2016 Competition

straight 8, an organization that fosters the creative use of Super 8 on a global scale, is accepting entries in the 2016 edition of their legendary film competition. Anyone, anywhere can enter to make a short film on one cartridge of Kodak Super 8mm motion picture film. The contest is designed to inspire creativity using a beloved format that is celebrating its 50th anniversary as a unique visual medium. Top winning entries will be screened at the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival in May, and a wider selection screened in London in early June.

Tags: London | film | contest | media | kodak | super 8 | competition | motion picture | 8mm
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Kodak Launches Global Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge Posted: 12/11/2015
Kodak Launches Global Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge

As part of Kodak's ongoing celebration of 50 years of Super 8 filmmaking, the company has launched the Kodak Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge, and is seeking submissions now through December 21. The inaugural online contest, which is free to enter, is designed to showcase the wide range of creative uses of this small gauge format by passionate shooters from all walks of life who revere its unique look.

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Kodak Names Steve Bellamy President of Motion Picture and Entertainment Posted: 07/10/2015
Kodak Names Steve Bellamy President of Motion Picture and Entertainment

Kodak announced today the appointment of Steve Bellamy as its new president of Motion Picture and Entertainment. Based in Los Angeles, Bellamy will be responsible for growing and deepening Kodak's relationships with creative luminaries and business leaders in the entertainment industry, working on creative advocacy programs, creating partnerships and new business models, and developing Kodak-branded solutions for the entertainment industry.

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Bafta winning entrepreneurs KickStart The Scorpion Light from BVE London to NAB 2014 Posted: 18/03/2014
Bafta winning entrepreneurs KickStart The Scorpion Light from BVE London to NAB 2014

Three young entrepreneurs from Scotland have launched an exciting new Kickstarter campaign running from BVE London to NAB in Vegas. At NAB, their company, Blind Spot Gear, proudly introduces the Scorpion Light, a revolutionary adaptable lighting solution for almost any conceivable production scenario.

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