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IndieBoogie.com – A New Website for Filmmakers

Attention film-makers! Do you hate pre-production? Struggle under mountains or notes and spreadsheets? Wish there was an easy way to organise it all but can’t afford fancy software? Introducing Indieboogie!! Upload a script (.txt OR .pdf), have all the things … Continue reading

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Post-production in Action – The Ipanema File

Originally posted on Fighting Badgers:
We at Fighting Badgers are pretty new to this film-making malarkey, but being inexperienced is no excuse for not getting stuck in! Since finishing principal photography just over a month ago, we certainly haven’t been…

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Middle Ardo Chicken

God I love Tri-X.

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Bringing Holographic Apes to life, on a shoe-string

Some words from Danny on the next feature film Fighting Badgers are working on… and the joys of After Effects! Bringing Holographic Apes to life, on a shoe-string. via Bringing Holographic Apes to life, on a shoe-string.

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The Ipanema File… coming soon

An independently made feature film, featuring Joseph Day, a detective for whom headaches are just the start… Coming to London screens later this year. http://www.FightingBadgers.com for more info

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The Ipanema File: It’s a wrap!

For the last 3 weeks, and at least the 3 months previous, The Ipanema File has been firmly in my thoughts, being the debut feature production for Fighting Badgers, which I helped produce, and acted as art department and script … Continue reading

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Glorious Contrast

I love Tri-X film. Today I scanned this -it was one of those lovely moments where it is perfect straight from the scanner… no minor tweaks, just exactly what you had in your mind’s eye.

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Film’s Not Dead Store and Film Photography Gallery

Originally posted on 1000 Words Blog:
Back in 2010, three friends and lovers of film photography, Charlie Abiss, Tori Khambhaita and Jamie Rothwell got together and formed the Film’s not Dead (FND) group. They intended to bring together like-minded photographers who…

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Wet Film

One of the things I like the most about film photography is its unpredictable nature… yes, I know it doesn’t have to be like that but I embrace that side… so when I recently get some negatives back with a … Continue reading

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Loch Lomond

The first roll of film I ever cross-processed – Fuju Velvia 50iso – Nikon F5

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