13-14 October 2018
A two-day workshop will approach the principles of colour 16mm film trough a theoretical part as well as a practical hands-on part.We will discuss light, perception and characteristics of colour and more specifically the colour in motion picture colour film, negative, reversal and positive.
We will explore the characteristics of different motion picture colour films, how they react to different light conditions and how to use or misuse them, how to process and cross-process colour negative and reversal film by hand, in a simple and effective way.
- Introduction to colour film material and its chemical aspects
- Demonstration of films
- Introduction to colour film chemistry and its various kinds
- Shooting with 16mm film
Introduction to 16mm film projector
Tomaž Burlin is a documentary and experimental filmmaker based in Paris, member of two of the oldest European independent artists-run filmlabs L'Etna and L'Abominable where he works and teaches film shooting and processing on a daily basis. His films have been represented in various international film festivals and events.
Limited amount of participants - 10 people
Participate by sending us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participation fee: 50 EUR
Workshop is supported by Latvian State Culture Capital Foundation and Riga City Counci