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Bolex 16mm camera and hand processing workshop




Image: Bolex SA / http://www.bolex.ch/NEW/?p=6

Saturday 26th November 2016 | 10.30 - 5:30pm
no.w.here, First Floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 0AG.
Cost: £120 no.w.here members, £150 non-members
To book please click here.
Strictly limited to four places.



Used extensively by filmmakers such as Jonas Mekas, Stan Brakhage and Michael Snow, the Bolex 16mm camera has shaped and defined artists film for over half a century. no.w.here staff provide cameras and cover the basic features of how the Bolex is loaded and operated, lenses,focussing, and light metering followed by participants shooting a single 100ft roll of black and white film between them. Once films are processed participants analyse their work on the Steenbeck editing table. The workshop ends with a projector screening of all the
films made on the course. Please note that courses at no.w.here fill up quickly and are only available on a first come, first serve basis. This workshop is suitable for newcomers to film as a medium.


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