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Jon Campbell
Can someone recommend a transfer house?
on Dec 8, 2009 at 11:15:59 pm

I'm looking to do just a best light transfer of some super 16 to HD and delivered on disk.

It's been a while since I've done film, so I'm not sure where to start looking.

Thanks!


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Rick Amundson
Re: Can someone recommend a transfer house?
on Dec 10, 2009 at 12:40:50 am

We have good luck with Filmworker's Club in Chicago, Crash and Sue's in Minneapolis and Cinefilm in Atlanta.

Best of luck!

Best of luck!

Rick Amundson
Producer/Director/DP
Screenscape Studios
Bravo Romeo Entertainment
http://www.screenscapestudios.com
http://www.bravoromeo.com
http://www.indeliblemovie.com


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Todd Terry
Re: Can someone recommend a transfer house?
on Dec 10, 2009 at 4:40:08 am

I always use the former Motion Picture Laboratories (now known as Encore Media) in Nashville. They've done tons of 35mm for me and a little bit of 16mm too.

Great folks, good rates, attention to detail, and old fashioned southern charm.

They are only about two hours north of me, so I generally would FedEx film out in the evening to them, then zip up there the next day to babysit the transfer. But I have friends all over the country who just ship film to them and get an unsupervised transfer... and all have been happy with them.

Their senior colorist John Buchanon can play the daVinci like a piano.

encorenashville.com



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