How Long Is a Standard Reel for a Feature Film?

Answer A standard 15-inch diameter reel for 35mm film is approximately 2,000 feet long, representing 15 to 20 minutes of screen time. A two-hour, or six-reel, movie uses around 12,000 feet of film, or a l... Read More »

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