EXCLUSIVE Going Green Film Festival Trailer - Traditional Western Goes GREEN!

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GoingGreenFF

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Shot in Hanford, CA on Super 8mm. Canon 1014XL-S (with Max 8 modification). Shot on Pro 8/07 (Kodak Vision 3 5207) from Pro8mm in Burbank. Transferred to HD ProRes 422.
 

lakpathy

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how much did you spend to make this ?

how much did you spend to make this ?

love it :) how much did you spend to make this ?
 

Kim Welch

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i would also like to know

i would also like to know

good work, how much was it to make this?
 
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GoingGreenFF

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Production Cost

Production Cost

Less than $500. The biggest expense should have been the HD transfer, but I got all of my film and transfer comped because Pro8mm is a sponsor of the festival.
 
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