Ottawa’s Lightproof Film Collective and Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival are teaming up to provide six local Indigenous artists an opportunity to gain experience and knowledge working with Super 8 film.
This call is open to local Indigenous artists from all art forms and at any stage of their career who are interested in gaining hands on experience with Super 8mm Film.
The workshop series will provide participants training in the following areas:
• Super 8mm filmmaking and Super 8mm film cameras.
• Super 8mm Film development and darkroom techniques.
• Introduction to Editing using Davinci Resolve
Each participant will create a short Super 8mm film during the course of the workshop. Finished films will be presented at the 2022 Asinabka Film Festival and artists will receive a screening fee for this presentation.
There is no registration fee for this workshop.
Spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Deadline for applications is June 1, 2022
Workshops will take place in English at DARC, 2 Daly Avenue & Daïmôn, 78 Hanson Street, Gatineau
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Presented by: Lightproof Film Collective, Asinabka Festival
Funding and support: City of Ottawa, Digital Art Resource Centre
The Lightproof Film Collective formed in early 2020 with the mandate to encourage experimental film practices in Ottawa through the creation and presentation of works on film stock. The collective consists of nine practicing filmmakers living in Ottawa. In coming together as a collective, we seek to foster community, exchange knowledge, and observe the largely invisible practice of experimental filmmaking in Ottawa. https://www.lightproof.ca/
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