SUPER-8MM COLOR REVERSAL FILM MAKING
LEARN TO SHOOT, PROCESS & EDIT YOUR OWN COLOR REVERSAL FILM IN 5 SESSIONS + PRESENT YOUR FILM AT OUR SCREENING PARTY
Learn the art and craft of Super-8mm film making shooting on Kodak’s newly re-released EktaChrome color reversal film ! This will be a hands-on class designed for the beginner that covers all aspects of Super-8mm film making: cameras, angle, story, exposure, lighting, editing, and projection. Participants will conceive, shoot, process and edit their own silent projection ready film prints. 2 workshops in 1 as you will also learn how to mix chemistry and process your own film. We will also discuss alternatives to projection, sound and how to promote your short film work with a list of Super-8mm friendly film festivals around the world. All equipment and materials will be provided for. Finished projects will be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party. More details below
TUESDAYS: March 3rd, 10th* 15th and 17th from 7 - 9:15 PM
* on the 10th your 5 day rental begins with Sunday March 15th as camera return & processing session from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Free Screening Party on Sunday April 5th at Anthology Film Archives at 1 PM
LOCATION: MONO NO AWARE Headquarters 33 Flatbush Avenue, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY
INCLUDES: 5 classroom instruction sessions, 4 day camera rental, 1 cartridge of Kodak EktaChrome Color Reversal Super 8mm film, Lab processing tools and E-6 Reversal chemistry and safety gloves / supplies, editing supplies and Super-8mm projectors, access to literature and related reference books, informational course packet, HD video transfer of finished film, HD online hosting of finished film, local & international film festival entry waivers. Plus you’ll premiere your film at Anthology Film Archives in a screening program that is FREE to attend for friends and family.
And you will have access to the following books related the workshop from Mono No Aware’s own reference library:
The Super8 Book by Lenny Lipton
Experimental Filmmaking and the Motion Picture Camera by Joel Schlemowitz
Your Film and the Lab by L. Bernard Happé
Break the Machine by Kathyrn Ramey
COURSE CAP: Limited to 10 participants
PRICE: $335 All inclusive.