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Introduction

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BUY FILM STOCK AND PRODUCTS VIA OUR ONLINE STORE http://nowhereshop.bigcartel.com/
no.w.here's film resources are not available anywhere else in the UK. As an artist run project, no.w.here creates a space for innovation in the film medium, allowing artists and filmmakers to experiment with production modes and chemical processes not possible via commercial labs.

We have an SD quality standard 16mm telecine machine for artists who wish to shoot on film and then edit digitally. Innovation in our existing equipment such as the optical printer enables artists to use the resources beyond their original design and purpose. Artists working in the moving image are enabled to explore new potentials to take their work in new directions. In conjunction with the resources we run a regular series of workshops whereby experienced artists impart their knowledge and share their ideas and skills about the film form. This dialogue between ideas, access, resources and the creation of new work in turn leads to new ways of using the equipment.


Film Equipment, Loop Machines and Processing



B&W Film Processing by Machine

no.w.here's black & white Calder 16mm processor ran as a service for artists and filmmakers for 10 years. Over the decade the economy of machine processing became more and more precarious, due to rising prices of film stock, and the increasing necessary investments in time and money to keep the machine in a good state. The combination of minimal fees, time consuming administration and maintenance, and heavy responsibility towards filmmakers made it impossible to keep it going.

As a conclusion, we decided to stop providing this as a ‘service’.

UPDATE: A small artist run business providing a 16mm B&W processing and printing service has been set up by Bea Haut and Karel Doing. Film in Process is located at the University of East London, within the Fine Art Department’s 16mm facility. Film in Process aims to keep black and white 16mm film as an affordable medium for artists and students in London and the UK. For more information please see: filminprocess.com


Telecine Rates

Prices (prices are different for members and non members)

Members rates
• £20 per 100 ft up to 500 ft
• £18 per 100ft for quantities of 500 ft (15 min) to 1000 ft (30 min)
• £15 per 100ft for quantities over 1000ft (30 min)

Non-members rates
• £30 per 100 ft up to 500 ft
• £28 per 100ft for quantities of 500 ft (15 min) to 1000 ft (30 min)
• £25 per 100ft for quantities over 1000ft (30 min)

For graded or assisted telecine services with a technician - an additional £20

Read more about our Telecine equipment & Services


Hand Processing Films



Film Stock

no.w.here sells the following film stock:

Wittner Chrome 200D Super 8 Colour Reversal stock
Super 8 cartridge 15m/50ft
ISO 200/24 ​​° daylight (5500K without filter)
ISO 50/18 ° Tungsten / Movie light (3200-3400K with filter Wratten 80A)

no.w.here stocks Wittner Chrome 200D Super 8 film. This colour reversal film can be developed in E6 reversal processing chemistry. This is a high image-quality colour reversal film with an ASA of 200, best used in lower lighting situations...the film creates sharp images, even for the smallest details and has high colour saturation and colour purity. This film is the standard 50ft length and will shoot 3:20 seconds of footage at 18fps.

£26 members
£35 non members

Additional stock recommended by no.w.here:

Orwo
- UPDATE JAN 2015 - As you probably know we are constantly looking at the costs of film stock - the global financial crisis caused a great increase in the costs of silver and other metals, which has an impact on the costs of black and white motion picture film.

As a result of this we have decided to begin purchasing Orwo film products. This is mainly because Orwo’s future commitment to film production seems assured, a regular supply to London is guaranteed, and that we are informed in good time about potential price rises should they occur.

no.w.here will be the sole London stockist of Orwo motion picture products.

At present we sell:

ORWO black & white negative camera film UN 54: ORWO Universal Negative Film UN 54 is a panchromatic medium speed black-and-white negative camera film for both outdoor and indoor usage. According to the ORWO Instruction 4185 the UN 54 film can be processed as black and white reversal film and be used to produce direct positives. This stock has a similar characteristic to Kodak’s discontinued Plus X negative film.

This stock is only available in 400ft rolls. no.w.here sells spools and boxes for re-spooling film in the darkroom via our online shop.

Members rates: £125

B/W Print stock for printing and shooting
ORWO positive Print Film PF2 V3 is a high quality fine grain print stock for the production of outstanding black and white prints from regular negatives. It is also possible to shoot on this stock which has an ASA rating of approximately 4, making it suitable only for shooting in bright light conditions.

Members rates £10 per 100ft

More information on the Orwo company can be found here: http://www.filmotec.de/?lang=en


Postage Rates

Within the UK:

Films are sent as special delivery including the following:
- Tracked (and films must be signed for on the receiving end)
- Guaranteed delivery by 1pm next day
- Insured for up to £500

Small packages:

Medium packages:
£13

Large packages (above 800ft):
Price may vary - please enquire

International:
Currently we ask that you please contact us for the rate.



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First Floor, 316-318 Bethnal Green Road
London
E2 OAG
UK

Telephone: +44 (0)207 7294494
Mail: info[at]no-w-here.org.uk

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