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The first color film tests — that perhaps ever were — are pretty damn beautiful.
But here they are, 1922, and then how long did it take to make color films the standard? Sure everything happens sooner these days, but change sure takes awhile, even when the tools already exist.
Back twenty years ago, I was hired several times to write business plans for indie films. I included a paragraph for the anticipated windfall of profits from VOD. I see a version in many a plan that I stumble across in the present day. We can dream, but I don’t think $100K is exactly the windfall I was fantasizing about back in the day….
Our director broke first with this photo forecasting some of the mayhem that The Crimson Bolt and Boltie will get into later on in our film SUPER (and as the caps tell you, you pronounce the title LOUD, like at eleven), but hey I am always late to the party.
I hope to see you all there… in costume!
SUPER Screening Schedule – Toronto 2010
Public 1 – RYERSON – 9/10/10 @ 11:59 PM
Public 2 – VARSITY 8 – 9/13/10 @ 9:30 AM
Public 3 – SCOTIABANK THEATRE 4 – 9/18/10 @ 6:00 PM
P&I 1 – SCOTIABANK THEATRE 4 – 9/11/10 @ 1:45 PM
P&I 2 – SCOTIABANK THEATRE 1 – 9/15/10 @ 4:15 PM
I was fortunate to take part in episode 6 of Sabi Pictures’ “The New Breed”, a co-production of Filmmaker Magazine and The Workbook Project. They shot seven episodes around the LA Film Festival this year and really put together something nice.