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 Welcome to the Reel Deal —your source for the latest motion picture film news.Awards season is here! Join us in celebrating the Oscar® nominees shot on Kodak film.
Have you heard? Kodak is launching a new Super 8 camera!
Go behind the scenes of Jeff Nichols’ Midnight Special, check out our Sundance/Slamdance festival highlights, and listen to Christine Vachon talk about Carol in the Kodakery Podcast.
Did you shoot on Kodak film? Share your filmmaking story with us. 

         Coming Soon: The New KODAK Super 8 Camera
 Kodak has announced its Super 8 Revival Initiative and the upcoming release of a new KODAK Super 8 camera. "The fact that Kodak is building a brand new Super 8 camera is a dream come true," said director JJ Abrams. "With a gorgeous new design, interchangeable lenses and a brilliant scheme for development and delivery of footage, this camera appears to be the perfect bridge between the efficiency of the digital world and the warmth and quality of analog." 

Don’t miss your chance to participate in the legendary straight 8 competition with a chance to screen your Super 8 film during the Cannes Film Festival. Enter today. READ MORE     Nichols and Stone Take to the Road for Midnight Special 
 Go behind the scenes with cinematographer Adam Stone on director Jeff Nichols’ Midnight Special. The sci-fi thriller, in theaters March 18, follows a father who goes on the run to protect his young son, and uncover the truth behind the boy’s special powers. READ MORE     Sundance, Slamdance, Screenings, Oh my! 
 We’re still buzzing from a whirlwind of activities at Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals. Standouts at Sundance included features shot on film: Certain Women directed by Kelly Reichardt, Outlaws and Angels directed by JT Mollner, and the film/digital hybrid production Miles Ahead helmed by Don Cheadle. The fun continued with a packed house at the Slamdance screening of the Super 8 Filmmaking Challenge Finalists, followed by a product grant announcement at the always fun Women in Film brunch, and the "Do a Shot" Super 8 workshops were a fantastic success. READ MORE     Christine Vachon & Oscar® nominated Carol 
 Dive into the Kodakery with Christine Vachon, producer of the Oscar® nominated film Carol. Christine is an award-winning producer known for her stellar lineup of movies produced by her company Killer Films. Her work includes incredible films like Boys Don't Cry, Still Alice, Velvet Goldmine, Far From Heaven, and HBO’s miniseries Mildred Pierce. Hear about the journey of bringing Carol to the silver screen, find out the inside scoop on being a producer, and more. The Kodakery podcast is where we dig deep to discover what it really takes to get science, vision, technology and art aligned to make creativity flourish. Join us for a great conversation! LISTEN  CONTACT USLOCATE A LABSUBSCRIBE Follow Us 
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