Develop / Scan Service - Double 8mm Film (25 ft rolls)
This is a developing/scan service for your new Double 8 exposed film.
Follow the steps below (to send your film) and read all the info on this page before ordering.
This page is NOT for developing old or vintage undeveloped Kodachrome film.
Steps for processing your exposed film:
- Place your order through this product page. Be sure to select the number (quantity) of rolls you will send and the resolution of your scans. If you pick a quantity greater than one, all rolls must be sent in one package.
- Download, read completely and fill out your FPP FILM FORM (CLICK HERE) – print and send the completed form in with your film (our address is on this form)
- Number your rolls (if more than 1). Note that if you are ordering more than one or another service, all your film must be mailed at the same time.
- Include your THUMB DRIVE (Min 128 gb). If you do not have one, purchase one here.
Mail your film to us - address on the FILM FORM you download. (Trackable, insured mail is recommended).
Turnaround on movie film developing / scan is 4-6 week from when we receive your film. When completed you will receive an email with notes. We return your developed film along with your scan on your USB thumb drive.
Scanning Aspect Ratio -By default we will scan your film 16x9 and include the entire frame (including sprocket holes). If you would like a different crop, please make notes on the FILM FORM that you submit with your film.
We accept the following formats:
- Cine 8 BW Positive 40 Reversal
- Cine 8 BW Positive 100 iso Reversal
- Foma R100 33ft roll
- All Cine8 BW Negative films
- Cine 8 Color 40, Color 50 or Color 500 Negative
- Cine 8 100D Color Positive (Reversal)
Reversal (positive film) is returned slit into 8mm on a 50 ft reel in case you wish to project in a vintage projector. BW and color negative films are returned unslit on a lab core for storage (negative films are not for projection)
The Fine Print - Orders will take 4-6 weeks from the time we receive your film. When you submit your film assets to Film Photography Project (FPP) for scanning or handling of any kind you agree to the fullest extent of the law to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless FPP, its officers, directors, employees, agents, licensors, and suppliers from and against all claims, losses, liabilities and damages of any kind, including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees, arising from or relating in any way to your use of our services, or any violation of these Terms, any law, or any rights of any third party, including when the active or passive negligence of FPP is alleged or proven.
Shooter Error – it’s a fact that user error and / or malfunctioning vintage cameras can result in under, overexposed, blank film, jiggly lines due to a bad film gate/improper loading/malfunctioning camera. In the event we are unable to retrieve an image or correct an issue after scanning, we will provide you with feedback at the time we deliver your file.
The Lab - We would like you to be aware that we partner with one or more reputable outside labs for the processing portion of your package. For this portion of services, we only offer replacement of raw materials in case of transit loss or lab damage. If you are working on an important project, we recommend Production Insurance.
Sh*t Happens - Your media is very important to you, and we take every precaution to ensure the safety of your film while they are at our facility. However, sometimes the unpredictable happens during shipping to and from our facility, or while a service is being provided. Our commitment to you, is that if any item is lost or damaged by us while at our facility, we will replace it with an item of equivalent amount. To ensure you are protected above and beyond our replacement of the raw materials, we strongly suggest you acquire insurance. To ensure you are protected during the shipping of the items, please insure your packages. We can not replace the value of items that are lost in transit.
Your movie film is important to us! Contact Michael Raso if you have any questions - Michael@FilmPhotographyProject.com