Do you have access to an Oxberry animation camera that shoots 16mm? This may be 
easier to work with then a bolex/tripod set up. I have never done this myself 
but know a couple filmmakers who have taken this route and have been very happy 
with the final results.

Roger D. WilsonFilm Scientist613 324 - 
Without failure you can never achieve success. I have based my process and my 
career as an experimental film artist on this statement; and I welcome it as it 
pushes me forward as an artist to try something different, something new. 

Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2013 13:48:42 +0700
Subject: [Frameworks] DPX files transfer to 16mm negative,      for image 
archiving purpose.

Dear Frameworks,
My name is Edwin.I'm an Indonesian filmmaker, based in Jakarta.There are too 
many digital films in Indonesia, since the rise of "affordable" digital cameras.
Now we are start questioning how to archive this digital films. With all those 
codec, and software keep updating.
With more commercial films, they can transfer their digital film out to 35mm 
print. Using ARRI laser film recorder for instance.
For short films, it's impossible for us to go to this fancy post production 
Is there any way, to transfer digital films to celluloid?Is there any way to 
connect bolex motor, sync to DPX files (for example) played frame by frame on 
HD monitor?

Looking forward to hear some ideas.

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