Control Vs Azar/ A workshop on filming and developing in 16mm with Crater Lab

The Crater Lab residency project presents Control Vs Azar/ A workshop on filming and developing in 16mm.

The creative possibilities of analogue film are not only a question of aesthetics: the cinematographic and photochemical apparatus offers limitations that condition the availability and attitude of the filmmaker in the act of filming/creating. Filming with a 16mm Bolex camera offers a multitude of creative techniques and image writing, allowing for the introduction of search spaces between the interstices of the images by chance, pleasure or necessity. Likewise, the possibilities of experimental development open up an aesthetic world in which the possibilities of (d-)effects and/or errors (controlled or not) surprise with their improbable images.

This workshop attempts to reflect in a theoretical-practical way on the concepts of control and chance that we impose on ourselves during the creative processes of analogue film: limitations, choices, attitudes, tension, freedom, physical and emotional improvisation during filming and developing in the laboratory. The final aim is to create a collective film from an exercise in improvisation and automatic writing of images with a pre-agreed structure.

More info here.

Practical information
Days: 16 and 17 March
Time: from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Place: Hangar, T door
Price: 80 €
Language: Spanish
Registration at craterlaboratorio(at)

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