In this two-day
workshop, you will learn how to shoot
16mm film using the Bolex H-16 Reflex Camera, how to splice and edit 16mm, further experimenting with physical
and chemical techniques to alter the surface of our film. No prior experience
is necessary. The workshop will be facilitated by Rhea Storr from not/nowhere.
Please note: Day
1 & day 2 of this workshop are one week apart. This will allow time for the
film stock you shoot on day 1 to be developed and sent back to not/nowhere to
You must be available to attend both days.
Day 1: Friday 23rd November 2018
Day 2: Friday 30th November 2018
Time: 10.30am to 5.30pm (both days)
Location: 150 Stratford High Street,
London, E15 2NE. The closest station is Stratford.
Travel costs for technē students can
be claimed as expenses from technē.
To book a place on this
workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come,
first served basis.
During Day 1 of the workshop youwill learn:
to operate a Bolex H16
basics of 16mm film stock, reversal vs negative, ASA and their effect on
dynamic range and light sensitivity
and exposure using a calibrated light meter
rate, shutter speed and their effect on movement cadence and exposure
and the effect of f-stop on depth of field and exposure
techniques such as stop motion and double exposure
On Day 1 of the
workshop, we will take explore the environs surrounding the workshop room,
shooting with our cameras and 100ft each of B&W 16mm film stock. (Please
let us know if any of your students have any accessibility requirements).
During Day 2 of the workshop we will explore:
techniques for image making
of experimental moving image works using these techniques
and splicing 16mm film
the surface of film using chemical techniques such as tinting and toning
the surface of film using physical techniques such as drawing and scratching
a 16mm projector for playback
Rhea Storr Biography:
Rhea Storr is a
multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes drawing, writing and
filmmaking. Storr’s films have been shown recently at: Crossroads Film
Festival, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2018; Hamburg International Short
Film Festival, Germany, 2018; European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany, 2018; International Women's Film
Festival, Cologne/Dortmund, Germany, 2018; 34th Kassel Doc Fest, Kassel,
Germany, 2017; Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, Berwick, UK, 2017. Storr
has recently been awarded the Jerwood Visual Arts Artist Bursary (2018) as well
as The Louis Le Prince
Experimental Film Prize.