Lenny Lipton's Independent Filmmaking probably has all of this info in it,
and then then then some.

Mark T


On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 4:32 PM Eric Theise <ericthe...@gmail.com> wrote:

> The frame says –
>
> Download this Exremely [sic] Helpful Word Document, Courtesy of: MPS
>
> "..........Your workprint and tracks serve as the "blue print" for work
> performed at the laboratory. The leaders on the head and tail of your rolls
> of film provide for proper syncing and handling, not only on your rolls,
> but also, on the rolls created later during sound rerecording, negative
> cutting, and laboratory work. Marks on the workprint show the Negative
> Cutter where special effects are required so that the "A&B" rolls can be
> assembled. The lab uses these same marks to cue the printer to produce
> those effects. The correct preparation of your workprint is important to
> the completion of your production. Errors made because of incomplete or
> incorrect instructions can be very costly to you in both budget and
> deadline. We, at Motion Picture Services, have an interest in helping you
> through this stage of your production. We invite your questions and ask you
> to call us for help or clarification with your production, workprint
> preparation, and schedules (303-777-2110). We have produced the attached
> drawings to show a minimum requirement for leaders and effects marks. Other
> publications such as the "ACVL Handbook" may provide additional information
> that would be useful to you......."
>
> – so that doc didn't originate with Western Cine/Cinema Lab. The page also
> has an image that looks like a return address sticker that says:
>
> Motion Picture Services
> Susie Phillips, (303) 777 2110
> 1115 S. Josephine, Denver, Co. 80210
>
> Post back here if you ever find it, sounds useful.
>
>
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 4:24 PM Eric Theise <ericthe...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi Jason,
>>
>> I think this must be what you're looking for but it doesn't appear that
>> the Wayback Machine actually archived it, just the frame-based site that
>> contained it.
>>
>>
>> https://web.archive.org/web/20040627095859fw_/http://www.thecinemalab.com:80/booklet.zip
>>
>> Eric
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 4:11 PM Jason Halprin <jihalp...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> In one of my computer updates, I seem to no longer have a pdf of a guide
>>> to 16/35mm film editing that was originally put together by Western Cine.
>>> As I recall, this included guidelines for marking your workprint, preparing
>>> negatives for A/B rolling, and essentially the whole process that someone
>>> working with a negative cutter (or a negative cutter themselves) would want
>>> to follow.
>>>
>>> Does anyone know what I'm referring to? Or, where I might find it? If I
>>> recall, I downloaded it from the Cinema Lab (successor to Western Cine)
>>> website back in the early 2000s.
>>>
>>> Thanks in Advance!
>>>
>>> Jason Halprin
>>> jihalp...@gmail.com
>>> jasonhalprin.com <jihalp...@gmail.com>
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