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Bolex H16

In this two-day workshop, you will learn how to shoot 16mm film using the Bolex H-16 Reflex Camera, how to splice and edit 16mm, further experimenting with physical and chemical techniques to alter the surface of our film.

Please note: Day 1 & day 2 of this workshop are one week apart. This will allow time for the film stock you shoot on day 1 to be developed and sent back to not/no.w.here to be edited.

During Day 1 of the workshop you will learn:



  • How to operate a Bolex H16

  • The basics of 16mm film stock, reversal vs negative, ASA and their effect on dynamic range and light sensitivity

  • Metering and exposure using a calibrated light meter
  • Frame rate, shutter speed and their effect on movement cadence and exposure
  • Optics and the effect of f-stop on depth of field and exposure

  • Experimental techniques such as stop motion and double exposure

During Day 2 of the workshop we will explore:



  • Cameraless techniques for image making

  • Examples of experimental moving image works using these techniques

  • Editing and splicing 16mm film

  • Altering the surface of film using chemical techniques such as tinting and toning

  • Altering the surface of film using physical techniques such as drawing and scratching

  • Loading a 16mm projector for playback

On Day 1 of the workshop, we will take a trip around the nearby Olympic Park with our cameras and 100ft each of B&W 16mm film stock. If you have any accessibility requirements then please let us know.



Workshop facilitated by: Rhea Storr and Imran Perretta

No experience necessary.


Dates:

Day 1, Tuesday 17th July (10:00–5:30pm)

Day 2, Tuesday 24th July (10:00–5:30pm)


Meet Location:
2 Warton House
150 Stratford High Street
E15 2NE

Spaces available: 4

Fee: £175, including 100ft of film stock and the cost of development which is subsidised by not/no.w.here.

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There will be a 45 minute lunch break during the day. Lunch is not provided, please make your own arrangements. Step free access and wheelchair accessible toilets available.

Via: Stratford (Underground); Stratford High Street, Pudding Mill Lane, Bow Church (all DLR); 25, 108, 276, 425, D8 (Bus Stop M/ Stop L)

Found Footage

In this one-day workshop, we will make short films from found 16mm footage, experimenting with physical and chemical techniques to work with existing film stock.

During the course of the day we will explore:

  • Cameraless techniques for image making

  • Examples of experimental moving image works using these techniques

  • Editing and splicing 16mm film

  • Altering the surface of film using chemical techniques such as tinting and toning

  • Altering the surface of film using physical techniques such as drawing and scratching
  • Loading a 16mm projector for playback


Not/no.w.here will supply found 16mm footage for the workshop and we would greatly encourage participants to bring any additional footage that they would like to work with.

Workshop facilitated by: Rhea Storr and Imran Perretta

No experience necessary.


Dates:
Tuesday 26 June 2018, 10:00–5:30pm
Saturday 30 June 2018, 10:00–5:30pm

Location:
2 Warton House
150 Stratford High Street
E15 2NE

Spaces available per workshop: 5

Fee: £60

Sold Out


There will be a 45 minute lunch break during the day. Lunch is not provided, please make your own arrangements. Step free access and wheelchair accessible toilets available.

Via: Stratford (Underground); Stratford High Street, Pudding Mill Lane, Bow Church (all DLR); 25, 108, 276, 425, D8 (Bus Stop M/ Stop L)