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The UK's only full service feature film developing lab for 16mm and 35mm film
The UK's only full service feature film developing lab for 16mm and 35mm film

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10 days after it was rumored Paramount had stopped releasing movies on 35mm film, they announced today that they will release a film as late as Nov 2014 on film.
http://www.slashfilm.com/paramount-makes-exception-to-all-digital-policy-for-christopher-nolans-interstellar/

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Is 2014 going to be the year of UK/China Film co-productions? With the Minister for Culture and Prime Minister behind the initiative maybe it can.
http://english.cntv.cn/program/cultureexpress/20131231/102162.shtml
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Nice article how Britain is playing Hollywood at it's own game, offering a high level of service, and with the Help of the British Film Commission, and Film London.

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Who can believe a company is going to start the manufacturing of film products in 2014! Congratulations Film Ferrania @filmferrania and there’s great information @Jpncamerahunter  http://ow.ly/r7ZqV or follow Film Ferrania http://ow.ly/r7Zz4 
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Camerimage Opens, the 21st International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography was officially opened with the premiere screenings of Saving Mr. Banks (cin. John Schwartzman, dir. John Lee Hancock) and The Zero Theorem (cin. Nicola Pecorini, dir. Terry Gilliam, and the grand Gala on which Rick Carter was honored with the Special Award for Production Designer with Unique Visual Sensitivity. Marek Żydowicz, the Festival director, has officially received his Honorary Membership of the American Society of Cinematographers
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Super16mm: An SD delivery for HD

When the BBC and fellow broadcasters in the Digital Production Partnership (DPP) finally caved in to lobbying from Directors UK and the British Society of Cinematographers and agreed that Super 16mm film was acceptable for HD broadcast, it also stipulated that the format be classified as SD for delivery.

http://www.tvbeurope.com/main-content/full/super16mm-an-sd-delivery-for-hd#.UoKMqvm-32c

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Should film get a UNESCO preservation order? Tacita Dean artist and creator of “FILM” art installation, is trying to protect film from becoming obsolescent, what do you think? 
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/savouring-a-medium-rare-20131003-2uvec.html
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