INTRO TO 16MM COLOR FILM MAKING
LEARN TO SHOOT ON COLOR NEGATIVE AND EDIT YOUR WORK PRINT IN 5 SESSIONS + PRESENT YOUR FILM AT OUR SCREENING PARTY
In this workshop participants will learn how to make a 16mm film from start to finish. Curriculum covers camera options, daylight balanced color negative film stock choices, exposure, lenses, filters, you'll also learn how to load, focus, run, maintain and operate the H16 Bolex Reflex camera. Participants will spend one day shooting, then meet again to view the work-print to talk about editing options and presentation. The goal is to create and project a short color film on 16mm which you conceived, directed, shot, splice edited, and project independently. We will also discuss how to promote your short piece through a list of friendly film festivals and community venues in the greater New York area. All materials will be provided for. Finished projects will be presented at our screening party.
TUESDAYS: JULY 2nd ,9th, 23th and 30th from 7:00 – 9:15 PM
Saturday JULY 13th (ALL DAY SHOOT) from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Free Screening Party Sunday AUGUST 4th
LOCATION: MONO HQ 33 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn NY 5 min walk from 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, B, D, N, Q, R, & G trains.
INCLUDES: 4 classroom instruction sessions with 2 instructors, 1 day shoot with access to camera equipment (Bolex Rex 5 Camera, filters kit and rewind key), 100 feet of Kodak Vision3 50D 16 mm COLOR NEGATIVE film stock, lab processing services, a 100' color work print struck and processed by ColorLab, Editing supplies (Vertical editing system with rewinds, viewer and EIKI 16mm projector), Course packet with technical information, You'll retain your negative camera original, your edited projection-ready work print, HD video transfer of finished film by Metro Post, HD, online hosting of finished film, local & international film festival entry waivers. Plus your film will premiere at Anthology Film Archives free for friends and family.
COURSE CAP: Limited to 10 participants
PRICE: $375 All inclusive.
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