Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University, 1250 Guy Street, FB 319,Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3H 2T4

Mailing address: Gem Lab, School of Cinema, FB 319, Concordia University, 

1455 Maisonneuve BLVD. West, Montreal, QC Canada, H3G 1M8

 

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Film Scanning

Blackmagic Cintel Film Scanner

(16mm & 35mm, Up to 4k Raw Scan Size)

 technology and resources 

Head Lab Technician

 

Teagan Lance

gemtech.concordia@gmail.com

Office hours / Equipment Pick-up and Return
Thursday + Friday: 11:00am - 3:30pm

Lab Technicians

Jason Halprin (Film Scanner)

The lab's technicians are available to assist with any of the lab's equipment during their office hours and can available at other times via email or by appointment. Please contact the technician if you need technical assistance with any of the lab equipment (i.e. to request accreditation on equipment, to request a workshop on equipment, to ask for technical assistance with a lab project or piece of equipment, etc.)

Lab Workstations and Equipment

MEDIA PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS STATIONS

Editing Stations
Epson DS-50000 Image Scanner
Blackmagic Cintel Film Scanner

 

MEDIA REVIEW AND PRESENTATION STATIONS

Viewing and Recording Station
Main Presentation Area

Workflow Guides

For lab equipment

 

*For mobile equipment see guides and manuals attached to their entries.

Mobile Equipment Reservation Policy

The following is the basic policy surrounding equipment reservation for eligible lab members. A full and up to date version of this policy will be printed on your reservation contract upon equipment pickup.

  • Equipment from the lab is only to be reserved for academic and non-commercial use.

  • All equipment reserved from the lab under a researchers name is the responsibility of that researcher until it returns to the lab and cannot be transferred in the field.

  • Only lab members and/or Concordia University students are permitted to use equipment reserved from the lab.

  • Once equipment is picked up, the researcher who holds the reservation is responsible for safe transportation and storage of the equipment until it is returned to the lab at equipment drop off.

  • If equipment is damaged, destroyed or lost in the field, the researcher who reserved the equipment will be financially liable for the full cost of replacement of the equipment in question.