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This one-day workshop, led by Paddy Hay, a member of the Melbourne, Australia-based Artist Film Workshop, will be geared towards anyone interested in Super-8 filmmaking, and especially for those interested in learning B&W negative processing for the first time. Participants will shoot on B&W reversal film, but process as a negative. Why B&W negative? In a nutshell, it gives greater exposure latitude (especially good for dodgy, old S-8 cameras) and a faster processing time. Also much safer… no bleach! (Potassium Dichromate, the essential ingredient of B&W bleach mixture, is a highly toxic carcinogen.) Various techniques for shooting film and recording sound will be discussed. The workshop aims to equip participants with a better understanding of how to approach small-gauge film ideas that might rely upon sync sound (documentary ideas, for instance). People with little or zero experience with these mediums are very welcome and encouraged to participate! Space is limited. Register Now!
This all-day workshop (11am–4pm) will be followed by a 7:30pm screening—Southern Climes: Films from AFW Melbourne—also presented by Paddy Hay, of films produced by members of Artist Film Workshop, Melbourne. The Workshop and screening are ticketed separately. Full screening details here.