Baltic Analog Lab
20-22 May, 2022
with Vytautas Juozėnas
A two-day workshop with Vytautas Juozenas - filmmaker and member of Sponge Lab in Vilnius will give an introduction to shooting and processing colour Super8 film with an emphasis of cross-processing as well as regular E6 Ektrachrome film processing. Trough a theoretical part as well as a practical hands-on, Vytautas will explain the characteristics of colour motion picture film giving insight both in negative as well as reversal film specifics.
Participants will have an opportunity to learn using Super8 camera working in groups as well as individually. We will be shooting with Kodak Vision colour negative film as well as Ektachrome which will be processed in reversal E6 chemistry.
- Introduction to colour film material and its chemical aspects
- Introduction to colour film chemistry and its various kinds
- Shooting with Super8 film camera
- Processing negative film in colour positive (reversal) chemistry
- Processing positive film in E6 chemistry
- Projecting film on 8mm film projector
Limited amount of participants - 10 people
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Participation fee: 50 EUR
Vytautas is a filmmaker and artist from Vilnius who works with analog film and photography for many years – both working in the lab as well as teaching analog image making in workshops in Lithuania, Berlin and Latvia. His works have been shown in Lithuania and abroad. He is also a member of a film collective Sponge Studio. On his spare time he is making analog music synthesisers and speakers with his colleagues of Samopal Sound System.
Workshop is supported by Latvian State Culture Capital Foundation