Super 8 black and white workshop

Project in residence Crater-lab will be holding an introductory Super 8 black and white workshop at Hangar.

Over the course of a day, we will look at all the processes involved in making a Super 8 film and explore the creative possibilities offered by this small, large format.

We will have a theoretical introduction to the origins of the format and its development as an amateur analogue format, and view a selection of works in which it has been used creatively.

We will also get to know the different models of cameras that have been produced, focusing on the ones that we will be shooting with and looking at the creative possibilities that they offer us, such as dissolves, time lapse, overexposure, etc.

We will talk about the possibilities offered by the emulsions currently on the market, depending on whether we want to finish our work in digital or in film.

We will move on to the practical part, where we will make a collective film using the creative possibilities mentioned above, and then we will move on to the development phase, where we will see the whole chemical process of reversible development, making the necessary mixtures in the traditional way. We will learn how to load the film into the developing tank. We will dry the film, learn how to use the splicer and finally move on to projection.

Notes: The workshop will provide all the necessary materials and equipment for filming, developing, editing and projection.

Practical information
Day: 29 April
Time: 10 am to 2 pm and 4 to 8 pm
Place: Crater Lab: Hangar, Door T
Participants: limited to 12 people
Price: 60 €
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