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From: Chen Sheinberg (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 16 2010 - 14:28:44 PDT

Hello all,
I'm looking for the mail of Massimo Bacigalupo.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan Capone" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 7:50 PM
Subject: Re: Tinting film with blood

> Hi Charles,
> A filmmaker named Thorsten Fleisch made a film using his own blood on
> clear 16mm leader called Bloodlust. Here's a link to his website:
> http://fleischfilm.com/?cat=4&paged=2
> If you are not interested in doing something the lab won't touch, like
> making an ink or paint with blood (gum arabic or an acrylic medium
> would work), you might want to experiment with shooting through blood
> smeared slides. You could also contact print the film, its relatively
> easy to use a flatbed as a DIY contact printer or just a flashlight,
> synchronizer, and rewinds if you don't mind uneven results.
> Hope that helps,
> Jonathan Capone
> On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 11:27 PM, Charles Chadwick
> <email suppressed> wrote:
>> Hey all. I was wondering, I've been toying with the idea of tinting film
>> with blood for nearly the last ten years without really actually making
>> an
>> effort to do it. But now in a current project I'd like to maybe do so. I
>> guess I was just going to try to soak some b/w super8 in a vat of animal
>> blood for an hour or so and then let it dry. I'd like to then transfer it
>> to
>> video, but obviously the lab won't let it touch their projector until the
>> film is totally clean, so I was also wondering if the blood will actually
>> stain the film to the extent that some trace of it will be left after
>> being
>> cleaned off with film cleaner or otherwise? I know the obvious answer
>> would
>> be to not clean it and simply optically print it onto color 16mm, but I'd
>> like to avoid that if possible. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!
>> -Charles
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