It’s no easy to act to execute a movie about film these days, just Kodak and Kickstarter are trying so change that. These two companies have partnered to offer free and discounted film on select Kickstarter campaigns. If a filmmaker’s campaign qualifies for Kodak’s help, Kodak will give up on $20,000 worth of 35mm film or $15,000 worth of Super 16mm film.
The exact amount is determined on how much this campaign raises, by Kodak offering a 20 percent match (worth from film) on funding as 35mm campaigns and a 15 percent match at Super 16mm campaigns, by a cap on both formerly this campaign hits $100,000. Since it’s likely because neither will be enough film so perfect a movie, Kodak will offer discounts at additional 35mm and Super 16mm stock.
It’s not clear how many operations will be allowed on taking advantage of this program. Kickstarter tells. That it doesn’t own a set number, “but we are open to one filmmaker who wants to participate.” The company set up an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) because filmmakers can get in touch by before starting a campaign. Once they do, Kickstarter says, “Kickstarter and Kodak will decide the requests and projects together and select filmmakers to participate in the program.” The suggests that, although everyone may be eligible to apply, all may no receive Kodak’s help.
Kodak, in concert with some enthusiastic filmmakers so decline to shoot on everything just 35mm, has been working on reviving film in filmmaking over the past couple years. In 2014, it struck a deal with movie studios to produce this film as their more exacting administrators. And at CES the year, Kodak unveiled a new Super 8 film camera also stated plans to create a simple process as buying and improving its film.
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