Kodak to Sponsor Hands-On Film Workshops At Cine Gear Expo

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LOS ANGELES — Kodak is hosting Stop By Shoot Film workshops on June 20 and 21 at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. during Cine Gear Expo 2008 here at the Universal Studios Backlot. Classes will be offered in the 35 mm format on the latest KODAK VISION3 color negative. Stop By Shoot Film sessions are designed to provide hands-on opportunities to shoot various Kodak stocks with the latest cameras. Participants shoot their own footage under the guidance of an experienced cinematographer, and later receive a DVD of their work so they can see and learn from the results. These two-hour workshops are free but space is limited. To pre-register online, go to


. Participants also need to be registered for Cine Gear Expo (


). “Stop By Shoot Film workshops provide an opportunity for filmmakers at all stages of their careers to experiment with the latest film tools and analyze what they created,� says Kodak’s Judy Doherty. For more than 100 years, Kodak has been providing tools for the creative community to tell their stories in motion, and is the world-class leader in providing film, digital and hybrid motion imaging products, services, and technology to the entertainment industries. For more information, visit


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