SHOOTING & PROCESSING HI-CON FILM

LEARN TO SHOOT AND PROCESS HI-CONTRAST BLACK AND WHITE FILM STOCK + PRESENT YOUR FILM AT OUR SCREENING PARTY

In this workshop participants will be introduced to HI-CONTRAST optical film stock, Kodak's 3378E.  We'll work as a group to shoot a roll of this HI-CON film to better understand its limitations and its possibilities as a camera stock.  Curriculum will cover the basics of loading ESTAR film stocks, how to expose properly, how to cross-process the film, and preparation for projection.  We'll use the H16 Bolex Reflex camera, and prime lenses to shoot, various lab equipment along with a LOMO developing tank and an EIKI SSL-O projector!  We will go over key chemical reactions, how to mix our own B/W reversal chemistry. Additionally, each student will take home a 100’ roll of this film to shoot and process at a later date!  All chemicals and equipment will be provided. Films will be ready to screen at the end of the session. You'll finish with a well planned test film that will allow you to shoot your own roll with confidence.  Finished projects will also be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party.

INSTRUCTION: 1 Session + Screening Party

SUNDAY:  October 7th from 10:00 - 4:00PM
Free Screening Party on Sunday, November 4th

LOCATION:  160 7th Street. Brooklyn NY 11215

INSTRUCTORS:  TBD

INCLUDES:  1 classroom instruction session with access to the entire wet-lab, a 100 feet of 3378E Hi-contrast16 mm to be shot as a group, Reversal processing chemistry,  Access to camera equipment (Bolex Rex 5 Camera, prime lens, and rewind key), Pyrex glassware, nitrile gloves, drying rack, daylight spools, EIKI SSL-O projector and more. ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE 100' OF UNEXPOSED STOCK TO TAKE HOME FOR THEIR OWN PROJECTS.  Course packet with technical information, HD video transfer of finished film by Metro Post, HD, online hosting of finished film, local & international film festival entry waivers.

COURSE CAP:  Limited to 10 participants

PRICE: $100 All inclusive!