The dissertation project of DP Tudor Platon, The Unintegrated was a great oportunity to make fun at the expense of intolerance and selfishness, while at the same time crafting a visually rich cinematic experience.
The project was shot on a Moviecam SuperAmerica camera with Zeiss Super Speed primes using an assortment of Kodak Vission 2/3 200D/500T 35mm film. It was edited on AVID and then 3 copies were produced: A Digital Master, A work in progress copy edited on a flatbed Prevost editing machine with magnetic dual system sound and the final 35mm master print that was color timed at the National Film Archive laboratory. The film was split in two reels that featured Dolby Surround (SR) sound.
It was a really creative project that didn’t pose much difficulty from a pure editing and sound design point of view, but was really challenging technically due to the on line edit and the print end format. In the end it was loads of fun and brought an invaluable perspective on the old ways of crafting cinema.
The film went on to win “Best Director” at Filmul de Piatra Independent Film Festival.