Filmprogramm in der Caligari FilmBühne im Rahmen der Internationalen Filmprogramm in der Caligari FilmBühne Veranstalter: Kulturamt Wiesbaden. the Schlachthof Wiesbaden, the Museum Wiesbaden, the Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden e.V. and the Caligari Filmbühne in the empty City Passage. fri 23 nov pm Caligari FilmBühne sat 24 nov pm Murnau-Filmtheater. WIESBADEN SPECIAL – SHORT FILM COMPETITION. A contest for short films.

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The colours selected can be selected for two different purposes — to create a coloured image simulating a toned image, and to create an overall tint that simulates the tint colours. If this detail shows that tinting can function realistically and perform progrsmm narrative functions, the full extent of this sequence demonstrates the purely formal effect of tinting.

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Toning differs in that the clear portions of the film remain unaffected—only the silver image of the positive film becomes colored. In the University of Zurich and Swiss National Science Foundation awarded additional funding for the elaboration of this web resource. The easiest concept is to understand that the starting point for tinting and toning, and hand-colouring and stencilling, is a conventional monochrome black and white photographic film image.

Except in very special cases, a dye Solution stronger than 0. It wesbaden one of the triumphs of motion picture art to be able to accomplish such beautiful things.

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The only way out of this is to print each scene with extra frames at head and tail, or to make two prints of a film and use alternate scenes from each print for colouring. It was felt that a numerical value for the colour would significantly improve recording and enable subsequent restoration, and if the data was reliable and precise might allow identification of at least some of the original dyes.

Double effects were often not noticed and restoration from this information is not easy. The first attempts were handpainted films that tried to produce natural color pictures. The results are rarely satisfactory, as the best that can be achieved is a near colour match to the original.


We are updating these detail pages on a regular basis. This technique is used in the Quo Vadis case study. Your e-mail address and donation amount will not be shown. Colour in Italian Silent Films. Progrramm any difference in brittleness is noticeable between the dyed and the undyed portions so treated after the film has been allowed to stand in the air for some time, the dye is unsuitable for tinting.

While these shimmering sapphire nights possess a mystery that actual night photography lacks, at least for this viewer, they certainly functioned primarily as a convention and most likely were more frequently simply accepted by viewers as a signifier for night than experienced as an intense saturation of an image with color.

Wiebaden of the two methods suggest that the results are very similar but the use of a black and white negative material results in finer grain on the final print, and the Desmetcolor is considerably lower in cost. Once seen and identified, many of these effects are recognizable again. Uranium toning, which was used extensively as a red-brown or orange-red tone after copper ceased to be used and as a mordant for dye toning is impractical today.

Spraying dyes from a modern spray or air brush may also be practical and will reproduce similar effects to tinting but may be unable to copy toning.

However, an American laboratory textbook of and a French manual of wiesbaaden imply that laboratories at that time still tinted much of their own prints as a routine. Occasionally a reel is seen that is appropriately toned or tinted or both, and it is a relief to the eye and frequently brings applause to a picture that would have been passed in silence if in cold black and white.

It is not intended that Wiesbadeen be used to precisely match the colours of a particular print. Given the current situation, with an overwhelming amount of nitrate film needing preservation and the relative lack of available time, money, and human resources, only a fraction of silent film will be restored according to these criteria.


The high pressure under which some film manufacturers [studio producers] have to work to keep up their regular releases prevents them from giving to their product many artistic touches that would otherwise be done if there was an open market and the competition was on the lines of quality instead of quantity.

Many apparently detailed manuals have turned out to be copies or subsequent translations of either the Kodak or Agfa manuals, and I have omitted these.

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This system has the obvious practical advantage of not requiring the printing and preservation of a master color negative. The oldest method of tinting is nothing more than a variation on the hand-coloring technique.

See text Flueckiger, Barbara Tinting gives us blue or green night scenes, yellow sunlight, and the like. Internationally renowned artists will develop large-format pieces in public space, which will probe the historical wiesbadem landscape at its most sensitive spots. University of California Press, Prograkm overall dramatic effect is probably very close to that of the original.

Subtractive dyes are restricted in the saturations achievable, some of the old tint and tone dyes are outside the range. A duplicate made in one pass can be used to make two prints. These acidic dyes will be attracted, and if the electrical condition of the dye is sufficiently neutralised the dye will precipitate as insoluble coloured matter, becoming trapped and staining the gelatine.