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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.
BOOK YOUR PROCESSING OR TELECINE JOB IN WITH OUR ONLINE FORM
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Please note that while we usually process every Monday, we require a minimum run of 400ft. In the event that we do not meet this we will run the processor every two weeks. Additionally, we process 8mm film once a month only. Processing jobs are available for collection from no.w.here on Thursdays, but please do make an appointment to collect. If your schedule or deadline is tight we suggest you give us a call to discuss your job on 0207 729 4494.
Film Equipment, Loop Machines and Processing
B&W Film Processing by Machine
B&W PROCESSING RATES
**PLEASE NOTE RECENT PRICE INCREASE**
40% off B&W negative development for members:
16mm and 8mm B&W Negative Development
£19 members / £31 non members per 100ft
16mm Black and white negative development, and one light print onto Kodak 7302 (fine grain release print stock) or AGFA ST8 (for higher contrast)
£44 members / £66 non members per 100ft
16mm Black and white negative development and one light telecine to a hard drive
£39 members / £61 non members per 100ft
(Please note you must provide a clearly labelled hard drive formatted for a Mac).
30% off B&W film prints for members:
16mm One light print onto AGFA ST8 or 7302 from an existing negative
£25 members / £35 non members per 100ft
Push / Pull processing for negatives is subject to a £25 flat charge and in addition costs:
£25 members / £35 non members per 100ft (any stock type or number of stops pushing or pulling)
If you have extra requirements for your processing, such as special preparation of your footage to be telecined at another lab, you must specify this in the online booking form
. Special preparation of footage that differs from no.w.here's usual delivery will be charged an additional £40 per job
. Please contact us to discuss your job if you are unsure.
16mm clear or black leader created from exposed and processed print stock
£33 members / £41.50 non members
*Kodak 7302 is a fine grain print stock with more mid-tone information.
*AGFA ST8 provides high contrast.
The minimum amount for processing is 100ft and all jobs are charged at this length regardless of actual duration.
Learn how to print yourself
We are able to facilitate one to one tuition on how to use the optical and contact printers at no.w.here (for members only). This is charged at the rate of £40/hour. Once you have completed tuition, current members are able to book time on the printers at the lab for free. Please contact info[@]no.w.here.org.uk to discuss your requirements and to book.
Make your own black or clear leader
If you are a member, you can buy print stock and make your own black or clear leader in the lab. Please contact info[@]no.w.here.org.uk to discuss your requirements and to book.
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(prices are different for members and non members)
£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)
£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
no.w.here sells the following black & white 16mm film stock:
Kodak Double X 200 ASA (7222) in 100ft loads on a daylight loading spool:
Double X is designed for general production use outdoors and in the studio, in dim light, and anywhere you need greater depth of field without increased illumination. This high-speed camera negative film has excellent image-structure characteristics.
£33 non members
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.
£35 non members
Additional stock recommended by no.w.here:
Orwo UN74 stock is also available in the UK, this black and white negative film has an ASA of 400. This makes it especially suitable for use under low light illumination and difficult light conditions. Please contact the Orwo UK representative Tom Samuals for prices on 01923 351199.
Print Stock for Shooting
If you have enough light you can shoot onto print stock, which has an ASA of approximately 6. Available to buy from no.w.here.
ST8 or 7302 per 100ft (100ft available on a daylight loading spool, or larger amounts available on a core):
£27.50 non members
Within the UK:
Films and hard drives 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 (up to 200ft of film + HDD):
Medium packages (up to 800ft of film + HDD):
Large packages (above 800ft):
Price may vary - please enquire
For post of new film stock only - we can offer cheaper postage via first class mail rather then special deliver.
Currently we ask that you please contact us for the rate.
Terms of Business
no.w.here processes all films using a Calder black and white machine processor, and we run scratch and chemical tests before every batch of processing. Although we are not a commercial lab we will make every effort to process / print / telecine your film to the highest possible standards. We can take no responsibility for any loss or damage to your film that may occur, and our liability is limited solely to replace the negative film stock damaged in the processor, determined at our discretion. Please ensure you have the online booking system form before film is dropped in for processing.
Film Drop Off & Collection
Films to be processed should be dropped off at no.w.here by 6pm on a Friday.
All films will be ready for collection between 2-6pm on the following Friday. In the event that there is not enough work to run the processor (We require a minimum of 400ft to run the machine) then films will be processed the following week to allow for extra work to accumulate.
BOOK IN YOUR PROCESSING OR TELECINE JOB
***PLEASE CHECK OUR NEW PRICES BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR JOB - THEY HAVE RECENTLY INCREASED***
Please note that while we usually process every Monday, we require a minimum run of 400ft. In the event that we do not meet this we will run the processor every two weeks. Additionally, we process 8mm once a month only. If your schedule or deadline is tight we suggest you give us a call to discuss your job.
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