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Based in Stuttgart, Germany, SILBERSALZ Film has developed a roaring trade in authoring corporate productions for blue-chip clients on 35mm film. And now, off the back of this success, it is supporting a growing band of stills photographers worldwide with an all-inclusive 35mm stock/process/scan postal service, based on KODAK VISION3 Color Negative Film and true cinematic processes, called SILBERSALZ35 Dedicated to keeping celluloid film alive as a creative, storytelling medium, the 30-strong creative agency, production company and post facility has steadily grown an inventory of film equipment and augmented its celluloid knowledge in the creation of 35mm-based corporate communication and promotional films – for multi-national firms such as German carmaker Mercedes Benz, retail giant Schwarz, global supermarket chain Lidl, and Adobe, the creator of multimedia and creativity software products. SILBERSALZ Film’s facilities include 16mm and 35mm cameras, a high-e
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DP Thimios Bakatakis paints nail-biting pictures for horror drama The Lodge using Kodak 35mm film
Captured on Kodak 35mm film and directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, the slow-burn, psychological horror movie, The Lodge, is a must-see for those seeking cinematic scariness. The movie’s haunting canvas was shot by the accomplished Greek cinematographer Thimios Bakatakis, who previously lensed Yorgos Lanthimos' acclaimed psychodrama The Killing of a Sacred Deer, also on 35mm film. As the Austrian directing duo’s English-language follow-up to their unnerving and highly-acclaimed 35mm debut Goodnight Mommy (2014, DP Martin Gschlacht), The Lodge sees a small family unit trapped in a remote country house, where a sense of deep foreboding and dread hangs in the air. A scene from The Lodge, directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala. © 2019 Lodge Distribution, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Photo by Thimios Bakatakis. Author Richard (Richard Armitage) informs his wife (Alicia Silverstone) that he wants a divorce and a