Film-Tech Cinema Systems
Film-Tech Forum


Post New Topic  Post A Reply
my profile | my password | register | search | faq & rules | forum home
  next oldest topic   next newest topic
» Film-Tech Forum   » Operations   » Feature Info, Trailer Attachments & REAL Credit Offsets   » Shortbus (2006)

   
Author Topic: Shortbus (2006)
Bill Gabel
Film God

Posts: 3873
From: Technicolor / Postworks NY, USA
Registered: Jan 2002


 - posted 07-26-2006 08:31 PM      Profile for Bill Gabel   Email Bill Gabel   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Think Films
Flat 1.85
SRD / SR
7 Reels
Deluxe

TES

NOTE: Reel 1 is a half reel and reel 7 is 1/8 of a reel with end credits.

Also Beware of extra Low sub action, twice in the film.

Another thing to watch out for is making the first cut before the ThinkFilm logo, there is audio a few frames before it. [Eek!]

[ 10-05-2006, 04:16 PM: Message edited by: Bill Gabel ]

 |  IP: Logged

John Koutsoumis
Master Film Handler

Posts: 261
From: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Registered: Aug 2003


 - posted 09-20-2006 07:07 PM      Profile for John Koutsoumis   Email John Koutsoumis   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Australian distributor: Hopscotch

Soundtrack also printed in Cyan

102 mins

 |  IP: Logged

Scott Norwood
Film God

Posts: 7851
From: Boston, MA. USA (1774.21 miles northeast of Dallas)
Registered: Jun 99


 - posted 10-05-2006 03:31 PM      Profile for Scott Norwood   Author's Homepage   Email Scott Norwood   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Can anyone confirm or deny that the US prints have cyan tracks? If so, this may be a problem....

 |  IP: Logged

Bill Gabel
Film God

Posts: 3873
From: Technicolor / Postworks NY, USA
Registered: Jan 2002


 - posted 10-05-2006 04:14 PM      Profile for Bill Gabel   Email Bill Gabel   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
The original answer prints came from DuArt with a regular SRD / SR track. The release prints that we handled are from Deluxe Toronto and it was a regular track too.

 |  IP: Logged

Patrick Matthews
Film Handler

Posts: 86
From: Kansas City, MO, USA
Registered: Sep 2004


 - posted 10-05-2006 04:14 PM      Profile for Patrick Matthews   Email Patrick Matthews   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
On my notes I have from a press screening I ran a few weeks ago I do not show it was cyan.

 |  IP: Logged

John Koutsoumis
Master Film Handler

Posts: 261
From: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Registered: Aug 2003


 - posted 10-06-2006 10:11 PM      Profile for John Koutsoumis   Email John Koutsoumis   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I can't recall where the print I screened was struck but I make no mistake, it was a cyan track. May have being a different batch or different lab.

 |  IP: Logged

Scott Norwood
Film God

Posts: 7851
From: Boston, MA. USA (1774.21 miles northeast of Dallas)
Registered: Jun 99


 - posted 10-15-2006 04:48 PM      Profile for Scott Norwood   Author's Homepage   Email Scott Norwood   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
my print was not cyan, thankfully

R6 and R7 can be combined to comfortably fit on a single reel. If you do this (or make it up for platter use) be careful when cutting the tail of R6; there is no obvious place to cut and finding it requires matching up the soundtrack with the head of R7. It is possible to count 24 frames after the changeover cue on R6, but the cues are small and hard to see on the bench.

 |  IP: Logged



All times are Central (GMT -6:00)  
Post New Topic  Post A Reply Close Topic    Move Topic    Delete Topic    next oldest topic   next newest topic
 - Printer-friendly view of this topic
Hop To:



Powered by Infopop Corporation
UBB.classicTM 6.3.1.2

The Film-Tech Forums are designed for various members related to the cinema industry to express their opinions, viewpoints and testimonials on various products, services and events based upon speculation, personal knowledge and factual information through use, therefore all views represented here allow no liability upon the publishers of this web site and the owners of said views assume no liability for any ill will resulting from these postings. The posts made here are for educational as well as entertainment purposes and as such anyone viewing this portion of the website must accept these views as statements of the author of that opinion and agrees to release the authors from any and all liability.

© 1999-2018 Film-Tech Cinema Systems, LLC. All rights reserved.