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The 35mm Richardson animation camera stand at home in the Bitter Films studio, one of the last remaining functioning cameras of its kind left in the world. We picked it up in 1999 and it has since shot everything since Rejected. All of our older films were photographed on a smaller, 16mm version of something like this. The storied history of this camera includes the photography of some of the original Peanuts cartoons. This is the control panel for the stand, heavily modified over the years.

Photography of "everything will be ok" in 2006 Photography of Rejected underway in 2000Special effects photography setting up for the Meaning of Life

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