Motion Picture Film -
From beginner to master

CineLab’s 35mm film processing, 35mm negative, printing and video transfer services include telecine, DaVinci, film scanning, 2k Scanning, archiving and home

Colour reversal cine films are machine processed to the highest standards using Eastman Kodak formulated professional E-6 chemicals.
Process quality control is constantly densitometrically maintained in-house using E-6 control films along with chemical monitoring and management.

About Cinefilm Lab

"Movie Film" or " Movie Picture Film"

What is a Cine Film Made Of? Cine film refers to the 8 mm, Super 8, 9.5 mm and 16 mm motion picture film formats used for home movies. The film is made up of chemical dyes such as polymer, nitrate or acetate, which are then coated in gelatine.

Experience

Cine Lab Motion Picture Film Laboratory Services

Massachusetts’s only motion picture laboratory. Our services include movie film to video transfers, processing, telecine, film archiving, 2k scanning, digital post.

Major Feature and TV dailies to old 8mm home movies and everything in between.

What people say

Experience with old film processing in making film .

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I’ve done very little photography during the COVID lockdown – obviously the opportunities to shoot outside have been limited and I haven’t been motivated to take many images indoors.
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Sophia Perez
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I was a little apprehensive before starting, but I found that the ECN-2 process wasn’t really any more difficult than processing C41. To remove the remjet, I soaked the films in a pre-bath (in the developing tank) for 45 seconds, then washed the film until the (initially black) water was coming out clear.
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Carrie Blount
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I scanned the negatives using an Epson V700 with Vuescan software and used the Vuescan options to create a raw file, with no colour corrections. This was then inverted using the ColorPerfect add-in to Photoshop, which has a supplied profile for Vision 50D.
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Raymond Atkins
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I had originally planned to shoot this film on a family holiday in Kent which was due next week – but that’s been delayed for a year due to the virus so it will take a while to get through the remaining 16 rolls.
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Lana Steiner