- Date: Sat 15 December
- Time: 10.00am–5.30pm
Fee: £105 / Concession: £40
Spaces: 4 / Concession: 1
- Facilitated by: James Holcombe
In this one-day workshop you will learn how to shoot Super 8 film and more ecological techniques for hand processing film stock. Participants will shoot Kodak B&W Reversal stock and learn how to hand develop this film using bucket processing.
The course also looks at work made by artists using Super 8, focusing on its aesthetic qualities and flexibility of shooting, and ends with a screening of the films made by participants on the course.
You are encouraged to bring colour filters, gels or objects to film with / through (bottles, plastic bags, sheets, etc.). Participants may wish to bring their own cameras, although not/nowhere has some basic models which will be available on the day.
No experience necessary.
2 Warton House, 150 Stratford High Street, E15 2NE
Step free access and wheelchair accessible toilets available.
Underground: Stratford | DLR: Stratford High Street, Pudding Mill Lane, Bow Church | Bus: 25, 108, 276, 425, D8 (Stop M / Stop L)