HIGH SPEED // SLOW MOTION:
EXPANDING TIME WITH THE HYCAM II
16MM HIGH SPEED CAMERA
LEARN TO SHOOT IN SLOW MOTION ON 16MM FILM + PRESENT YOUR FILM AT OUR SCREENING PARTY
In this workshop participants will be introduced to the possibilities of shooting in high speeds to create very slow motion films on 16MM film. MONO NO AWARE welcomes Robert Houllahan of CineLab (New Bedford, MA) to lead this very special offering. Each individual participant will plan and shoot their own slow motion film with 100 or 400 feet of film. Curriculum will cover the basics of loading and operating the HYCAM II High-Speed camera that is capable of shooting up to 12,000 frames per second (!) This means you could chose to film your 100’ roll making 1 second play out over 3 minutes! All film, equipment and processing services will be provided. SLOW MOTION! Finished projects will also be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party at Anthology Film Archives.
INSTRUCTION: 1 Session + Screening Party
SUNDAY: March 22nd from 10:00 - 5:00PM
Free Screening Party at ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES Sunday April 5th
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.
INSTRUCTOR/S: Robert Houllahan
INCLUDES: 1 classroom instruction session with access to the HYCAM II High-Speed 16mm camera. 100 feet of Double perforated Kodak Vision3 500T Motion Picture Film, Lab processing and fully timed work print on 100’ of 3383. HD transfer of finished film. Course packet with technical information, online hosting of finished film, local & international film festival entry waivers.
Also new to the course: Private Screening of footage Robert Houllahan shot for a range of clients at very high speeds.
And you will have access to the following books related the workshop from Mono No Aware’s own reference library:
Being and Time by Martin Heidegger
Art and Visual Perception: A Psychology of the Creative Eye by Rudolf Arnheim
COURSE CAP: Limited to 8 participants
PRICE: $ 300 All inclusive.