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Super 8 Rebels: An introduction to DIY, ecological filmmaking
Join us for a friendly and welcoming, collaborative two-part workshop exploring the unique aesthetic and tactile characteristics of photochemical moving-image film.
Taking a DIY, hands-on-approach, we will be celebrating the exciting possibilities of working with Super 8 film and asking how we can harness this visual language to interrogate cultural and political dynamics. Together, we will explore experimental techniques in order to shoot and hand-process the Super 8mm films we shoot in eco-friendly, non-toxic chemistry!
No prior filmmaking experience is required, just an interest in film. All camera equipment, film and processing materials are provided and work created will be screened at an in-person celebratory screening in December.
Please note: This is a two-part workshop and attendance is required at both sessions! Booking one ticket provides access for both parts.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about access for these sessions.
About the host:
Lydia Beilby is an artist and educator working with 8mm and 16mm photochemical film and archival ephemera, driven by the radical possibilities of a small-scale, DIY collaborative practice rooted in eco-consciousness and intersectional feminist principles.
To make our events more accessible, we operate a sliding scale policy. For this event, we are operating a range of £10-50, with free tickets available for those who need it.
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Please note: This event is open to people aged 18-25. If you are outside this age bracket but keen to take part, please get in touch directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.