Super 8 is not only an entry into celluloid film making, but an entire genre in itself. Combine the physical beauty of Super 8 film with the convenience of digital video editing and you’ve got the best of both worlds…
Kodak – Spotlight on Super 8
It was Kodak who developed the Super 8 format back in 1965. They still produce a wide range of colour and black & white films, find out more at the dedicated Super 8 area of their website…
Wabi Sabi in Super 8
Dagie Brundert is the high priestess of the Super 8 scene with a massive back catalogue of very personal films. Her Wabi Sabi in Super 8 website is a great introduction to the uniqueness of the format…
This Super 8 Wikipedia has information on every aspect of small gauge filmmaking, it’s a great place to start learning…
If you’re working in Super 8 or small gauge film reference books are few and far between. The following sites will help provide the necessary background information.
As a Super 8 filmmaker it can seem like you’re alone. Don’t worry you’re not, here’s where the other Super 8 and small gauge filmmakers are hanging out.
The following are active online forums specifically dealing with all things Super 8 film and small gauge celluloid.
Detailed Super 8 film and small gauge reference information can be found at the following sites.
Ciné Super 8
There’s nothing like ink on paper for learning about Super 8 and small film, they’re portable too!.
The explosion of social networking has been a boon for filmmakers, giving them new ways to share resources and ideas as well as new ways to show their work.
Small format and Super 8 filmmakers like to blog too, there’s just not that many of them!
Adventures in Super 8
They’re all here, creating networks of Super 8ers on Facebook , Twitter , Vimeo , Flickr and Daily Motion
8mm and 16mm
Here are some places around the world where Super 8 really is king!