Just tell the lab no to split or they will do it!!!!!!

2015-10-19 16:13 GMT-04:00 <direc...@lift.on.ca>:

> This is likely the ORWO stock that John Schwind repurposed as Cine-X. It
> should be able to be processed just fine by any lab that still does black
> and white reversal. Niagara Custom Lab or Cinelab are two possibilities.
> And just ask them not to slit it (don't know if Cinelab would anyway,
> Niagara does have the slitter).
>
> best
> Chris
>
> > Hello fellow Frameworkers,
> >
> > I know that questions like this come up from time to time on this list,
> > but I’ve searched around on the archive and can’t find anything
> > exactly on point, so…
> >
> > I have four 25-foot rolls of CINE-X B&W reversal double-8mm film and I
> > want to shoot them. Who still processes this stuff? It’s not clear from
> > Dwayne’s website if they do. Suggestions? If anyone out there in
> > frameworks land wants to hand/DIY process these for me at a reasonable
> > price, contact me!
> >
> > Thanks in advance and all best,
> > Jonathan “bored film studies prof. who wants to make a movie (sort
> > of)† Walley
> >
> >
> > Dr. Jonathan Walley
> > Associate Professor and Chair
> > Department of Cinema
> > Denison University
> > wall...@denison.edu
> >
> >
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