Technicolor Host Adopt-A-Student Party

December 1986
Image Technology;Dec1986, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p604
Trade Publication
Information about the Adopt-A-Student party, a scheme organized by Technicolor Ltd. on October 1986 in Heathrow, England. There were 30 participants who were divided into groups and that each group would aim to follow the flow of the process involved in film processing. The groups were being explained with the principles of color coupler development and the need separately to redevelop the silver in the sound track.


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