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Films that used silver retention / bleach bypass
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List of some films which used silver retention / bleach bypass; title, type of process, media that used this version for the master - Updated: 2017-02-03
  • 1984    used bleach-bypass UK MGM DVD (September 2004)
  • Alien: Resurrection    used about a 50 percent level of ACE probably DTS LD
  • American Gangster    used the OZ process    
  • Amistad    used ENR    
  • Bird    used ENR    
  • Bulworth    used ENR    
  • City of Lost Children, The    used NEC    
  • Cowboys and Aliens used cross-processing reversal film technique for the flashbacks
  • Delicatessen    used bleach-bypass    
  • Dick Tracy    used ENR 
  • Django Unchained used cross-processing reversal film technique for the flashbacks  
  • Domino    used cross-processing reversal film technique
  • Evita    used a VariCon and diffusion filters combined with a 30% ENR printing
  • Fallen    used ENR  
  • Fight Club used a silver retention process (maybe CCE?) D-Theater
  • Game, The    used ENR    
  • Get on the Bus    used cross-processing reversal film technique    
  • Jade     used just a little bit of ENR     
  • Kansas City    used Kodak's EXR 5287 stock combined with EST    
  • Kill Bill used cross-processing reversal film technique for the flashbacks
  • Ladyhawke    used ENR    
  • Last Emperor, The    used ENR    
  • Little Buddha    used ENR     
  • Lost Souls    used bleach-bypass    
  • Man on Fire used a silver retention process
  • Michael Collins    used ENR    
  • Million Dollar Baby    used ENR    
  • Minority Report    used a SB process to the negative    DVD, HDTV 720P open matte
  • Munich    used ENR    
  • Payback    used the CCE printing process, combined with shooting without the 85 filter outdoors on tungsten stock, and using a blue filter indoors    
  • Reds    used ENR    
  • Ronin    used pull-processing of the neg combined with CCE printing    
  • Rookie, The    used ENR
  • Savages used in part cross-processing reversal film technique
  • Saving Private Ryan    was shot on 5293 pushed one stop to 400 ASA, flashed with a Panaflasher (generally), and employed one of the highest levels of ENR used to date (nov 98) on the prints    
  • Seven    used negative flashing combined with Deluxe's CCE printing process    LD, DVD (1996)
  • Summer of Sam used in part cross-processing reversal film technique
  • Terminator Salvation    used the OZ process  
  • Three Kings    used cross-processing reversal film technique
  • Tucker    used ENR    
  • U-Turn    used cross-processing reversal film technique    
  • Underneath, The    used cross-processing reversal film technique    
  • War of the Worlds    used ENR    
  • X-Files, The    used about a 50 percent level of ACE    probably not DTS LD

ACE: Deluxe's Adjustable Contrast Enhancement
CCE: Deluxe's Color Contrast Enhancement
ENR: Technicolor's "Ernesto Novelli Rimo" silver retention process
EST: CFI's Enhanced Silver Tint - 100% silver retention 240IR
NEC: LTC's "noir en couleur", the French phrase for "black in color"
SB:  Fotokem's Skip-Bleach
SST: CFI's Standard Silver Tint - around 70% silver retention 165-175IR
OZ:  Technicolor's  "Bob Olson / Mike Zacharia" silver retention process

Note: I added also titles that used cross-processing reversal


If you know some other interesting title, or are aware of released media with this kind of master, please comment!
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Diidn't 'Three Kings' use somekind of Bleach Process.
Unsure which kind, there is mention of it in the director's ccommentary.
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Three Kings did indeed use bleach bypass during the opening sequence. In addition a large portion of the film was shot on Kodak 35mm reversal (kodachrome?) film, it had to be made to order in the quantities required as reversal film is generally used only for slides/small gauge cine film.
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Yeah wasn't Three Kings cross-processed and not a bleach. Basically it's slide film processed in non slide chemicals. When I still shot 35mm still I loved to get my film cross processed.

Even though it's not bleach might be fun to track those films too. Domino was another cp
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As the effect is similar, there were some cross processed titles too. Just added the latest two, thanks to all!
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Fight Club?

I am Jack's complete lack of bleach.
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1st RULE: You do not talk about FIGHT CLUB. 2nd RULE: You DO NOT talk about FIGHT CLUB...

Wait, is that a question - "Was Fight Club printed with silver retention process?" - or more something like - "Fight Club? Why haven't you added it to the list?"
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Quote:Wait, is that a question - "Was Fight Club printed with silver retention process?" - or more something like - "Fight Club? Why haven't you added it to the list?"

Yes.
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(2017-01-16, 04:01 PM)spoRv Wrote: Wait, is that a question - "Was Fight Club printed with silver retention process?" - or more something like - "Fight Club? Why haven't you added it to the list?"

No.
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Please, let me know when you have reached an agreement! Big Grin
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