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GODZILLA (2014)- Servanov 35mm Theatrical Experience

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Hey guys, Sergey here again! While me and RedMenace (on here as godsavepopunk) collaborate do some final prep and behind the scenes on a very, very big Godzilla project, I decided to do a little fan edit of the 2014 Godzilla film. The goal in mind: to take the Blu-Ray and accurately as possible recreate a theatrical experience one would have had if seeing a 35mm print of this movie, 80s style. Complete with gate weave, grain, color matched carefully to film stocks, dust, scratches and reel cue marks. PM me and I’ll send you a link!

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Enjoy!

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You are 15yrs old, and you dare to make a fan edit? 😉 😉 😉

Congratulations, really! Also, your pictures are very nice, you are a talented boy!

Can you post some screenshot comparison of your edit, before/after? Curious to see the differences.

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It just looks like to me you only did negative film stock emulation which is just a recreation of if it was shot on film, not projected on film.

If this were an authentic 35mm print recreation, wouldn’t you also want to emulate the look of a print such as Kodak 2283, which is the most frequently used print stock today?

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emanswfan said:

It just looks like to me you only did negative film stock emulation which is just a recreation of if it was shot on film, not projected on film.

If this were an authentic 35mm print recreation, wouldn’t you also want to emulate the look of a print such as Kodak 2283, which is the most frequently used print stock today?

What I used was Magic Bullet looks for reference, as well as some grading from other films from 35mm prints. The negative stock depended on the scene, for the dark night scenes, I used Kodak Vision 3 500T negative stock, while for the outdoor scenes I used either Vision 3 250D or 50D. The print stock was all 2838, since it looked the most appealing, and I decided that if it was a film shot on celluloid, they director and/or DP could have made the choice of print stock. Some things I had to CC manually, as they wouldn’t color correct naturally to the print stock. Examples are the ending WB logo and the Legendary Pictures logo.

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