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MONO: THE COMPLETE DIY 16MM FILM-TO-FILM WORKFLOW *sold out*

CAPTURE MOVING IMAGE AND TITLES, DEVELOP, CONTACT PRINT AND PROJECT.

Day 09 of the MONO NO AWARE residency at Whammy!

Learn a contemporary work flow for 16mm film that begins and ends on film.

Participants of this workshop will learn to use the Bolex to create titles and capture moving images while editing in camera.  Then we’ll cover the complementary chemistry for our camera negative stock, develop the film, dry, clean and prep the film for contact printing.  This offering will cover the concepts of contact printing as they apply to editioning ones work for distribution or exhibition.  We will show you how to duplicate your film with an intermittent printer to make as many positive release prints as you would like. 

The workshop is an all-day intensive that will conclude with proper handling, best practices for archiving and storage. Multiple workshops in one PLUS all equipment, materials, film stock, chemistry, post production tools and a scan will be included.  We will work together to create a shot film collaboratively then print it in preparation for our screening party on Sunday March 3rd at WHAMMY! 

11 am - 8pm @ Whammy! March 2nd

INCLUDES:  8 hours of instruction and hands-on learning with instructors, shared access to camera equipment (Bolex Camera, lenses and rewind key), Kodak Double-XX 16 mm black and white film stock, D## recipe card and related chemistry, Developing tanks and safety gear, Course packet with technical information.  3302 film stock, D## recipe card and related chemistry, white leader, sharpies, archival cans, a 2K transfer from your camera negative original by MONO NO AWARE, online hosting and delivery of finished film, a list of local & international film festival entry waivers.  Plus your film will premiere at WHAMMY! On Sunday March 3rd. 

Mono No Aware is a non-profit organization working to promote connectivity through the cinematic experience. Established in 2007, MONO maintains a full service motion picture learning lab in downtown Brooklyn where they; present public film screenings, organize affordable workshops, facilitate equipment rentals, distribute film stock, commission moving image work and program a bi-annual exhibition for contemporary artists and international filmmakers whose work incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a live performance or installation.

Co-presented by TAPE - a Los Angeles based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to facilitating support for analog media through free digitizing, education, hands-on training, equipment rentals and volunteer opportunities.

General Admission
Member Tickets