5433 Fernwood Avenue in Hollywood,USA.

by John Waco Jr September. 16, 2019 145 views

Image Systems, formerly known as Digital Vision, has today announced that Watchmaker Films, a next-generation motion picture restoration and distribution company based in London’s Soho, has placed an order for a Golden Eye film scanner...The Golden Eye II film scanner,

Image Systems, formerly known as Digital Vision, has today announced that Watchmaker Films, a next-generation motion picture restoration and distribution company based in London’s Soho, has placed an order for a Golden Eye film scanner...The Golden Eye II film scanner,

Image Systems, formerly known as Digital Vision, has today announced that Watchmaker Films, a next-generation motion picture restoration and distribution company based in London’s Soho, has placed an order for a Golden Eye film scanner..The Golden Eye III film scanner,

Image Systems, formerly known as Digital Vision, has today announced that Watchmaker Films, a next-generation motion picture restoration and distribution company based in London’s Soho, has placed an order for a Golden Eye film scanner..The Golden Eye III film scanner,

The Golden Eye II film scanner, Watchmaker Films, which marks a new and exciting era for the company. With a legacy of proven reliability and quality the release of the next generation Golden Eye III scanner heralds a new era of affordable, high resolution film scanning.”

Deluxe, which has been processing films for nearly a century, will shut down its facility on 5433 Fernwood Avenue in Hollywood in what analysts say is the latest sign of the rise of digital technology as the entertainment industry standard.

They maintained a steady flow of film work, so we can give the turn-around for people shooting on film that we did 20 years ago." FotoKem also gets film from overseas and out of state. "There's been an uptick in courier work as a result of local labs going away," all major Hollywood studios are also clients, as are others who want to preserve films. "Part of our commitment to film-based services to studios.

What about film as an acquisition medium? Plenty of cinematographers still prefer film – and shoot it when they can. Although Kodak will not release the amount of film stock it still sells, the company does list the number of high profile films that shoot in film each year. Shot in film this year were an impressive number of big box office films.

These photos were taken after the Deluxe, had closed its door’s.

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