Cinematography workshop

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  1. JBrunner

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    I have been invited to give a two hour workshop presentation on the art and craft of cinematography, May 25, 2006, at the Young Film Makers Film Festival in Salt Lake City.

    Attendance is open to all who promise not to heckle me.

    http://www.easthollywood.org/
     
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    Damn...I hate limitations :D

    Good luck, break a leg and all that..
     
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    Hey, break a leg!

    I can load you a pint of "sharpenall" and a bucket of sprocket holes if you need them...

    Frank
     
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    Cool! Should I bring the Arri or the Mitchell?
     
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    Well, I don't know if what I would have to say would be worth the drive from Tonopah, but I'll have Arri's aplenty.
    What I'd really like to play with is one of those HiSpeed Photosonics you rocket scientists get to use.
     
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    No Problem. Photosonics 10B. 120 frames per second 70mm film! You supply the film. :D:D
     
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    I actually have several cans of expired 45 in 70mm. :surprised:
     
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    Well, if it's a hot day after we've gobbled up all your film, you can always take the lens off and open the camera door. That shutter will flat move some air.
     
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    It will be great!! After we cool off I'll dip into one of my Swiss bank accounts for the processing and work print.
     
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    Too bad I'm not closer, I'd bring a couple thousand feet of 5231 and my Konvas Kit!

    Wonder how expensive 50 gallons of HD Pyro would be to mix up?
     
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    if heckling isn't allowed , what about tomatoes, do you have a preference animal, vegetable, or mineral.
     
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    Blondes please.