As we develop our ‘film’ programs for this year, here is presenting our star workshop, something we haven’t done in 2 years. Come join us for a chance to shoot, develop and project 16mm black and white film in our ‘16mm Kaarigar’ workshop.
Spread over two days, the workshop will delve into:
- the workings of the medium of 16mm black and white reversal film,
- working with a Krasnogorsk K3 16mm film camera (loading and filming)
- developing film using easily found chemicals in a darkroom
- working and handling a 16mm film projector
The second day of the workshop will be a hands-on experience of developing your very own piece of film in a darkroom, using easily found chemicals. Additionally, we will also be exploring alternate, eco-friendly DIY options for developing reversal film.
The workshop is designed to be with a small ground of 12 participants and will be personal and intimate in nature. The ideal participant is a maker, artist, filmmaker or a creative individual who sees himself/herself working with the medium of film in the future. It is a process driven workshop with a larger view of creating a community of makers working on film.
The workshop has limited seats, so we'd like you to fill up this short form for us and we will get back to you shortly!
Date & Time:
4th and 5th April | 11am- 5pm
Workshop fee: 5000/-
Last Date to Register: 25th March 2020
What's your occupation?
What are your interests and where do you draw inspiration from?
Have you ever worked with celluloid film before? This is not a requirement.
What is it about analogue film that brings you here?
What do you intend to take away from this workshop, and how do you think it will help you in your future practices?
Would you like to be considered for a scholarship? Tell us why.
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