Wedding in SUPER 8, In ROMA

It’s not a old wedding in Super 8

Bienvenue à Rome.
Non, nous ne sommes pas revenus dans les années 70, mais bien en Juillet 2016, en Italie.
Manuel et Marcella désiraient quelque chose d’unique, d’authentique, de vrai.
Alors quoi de mieux que de retourner à la base du film?
Filmer au super 8, un souvenir d’enfant avec la vieille caméra de mon grand père, et une approche bien plus différente que le numérique, un charme fou,…
Bon voyage!

Welcome to Rome, welcome to a wedding in Super 8.
No, we did not return to the 70s, but in July 2016, in Italy.
Manuel and Marcella wanted something unique, authentic, true.
So what would be better than returning to the base of the film?
Filming the super 8, a child’s memory with the old camera of my grandfather, and having a much more different approach than digital, a crazy charm, …
Have a nice trip!

Super 8mm film is a motion picture film format released in 1965 by Eastman Kodak as an improvement of the older « Double » or « Regular » 8 mm home movie format. The film is nominally 8 mm wide, the same as older formatted 8mm film, but the dimensions of the rectangular perforations along one edge are smaller, which allows for greater exposed area. The Super 8 standard also allocates the border opposite the perforations for an oxide stripe upon which sound can be magnetically recorded. Unlike Super 35, the film stock used for Super 8 is not compatible with standard 8mm film cameras.
There are several different varieties of the film system used for shooting, but the final film in each case has the same dimensions. By far, the most popular system was the Kodak system.