filmprojection21.org is an initiative conceived around the concrete commitment represented by the Charter of Cinematographic Projection in the 21st Century, uniting those who care about photochemical film projection.
Filmmakers, artists, producers, archivists, distributors, programmers or members of the audience, whether involved in the festival network, the archival world, contemporary art, independent venues, or all kinds of film-making, from the movie industry to the underground, we assert the importance of building a future for photochemical film projection and intend to share resources toward that goal.
For all things Super8 contact Super8 Reversal Lab in the Netherlands
This week Film in Process will be in Nantes, France. Meeting up with other artist-run Film Labs from all round the world. Sharing skills, knowledge, advice as well as screening film and performances. Working together on how to take analogue film into the future. Funded by the EU.
A festival of experimental film and video showing the work of over 70 artists/ filmmakers, featuring single-screen films, multi-screen/performance-related works and site-specific installations. The Contact festival is programmed by Andrew Vallance and Simon Payne.
6th – 8th May 2016
Advance tickets are available via Eventbrite
Prices: Friday – £5; Saturday – £8; Sunday – £8 (plus booking fee). Concessions available.
A limited number of tickets will also be available on the day from the venue.
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Analogue Recurring – Friday 10th June 2016 Analogue Recurring is an experimental 16mm screening event, which illuminates the mechanical processes and materiality inherent in analogue film. Embracing a DIY ethos the event celebrates contemporary celluloid film in the digital age; … Continue reading
Artist-run film labs implement an original way of using production tools, through their collective organizations, for filmmakers and artists currently working with celluloid film.
They act as an experimental ground for cinema (beyond any genre) at a time when the industry is gradually getting rid of film and, with that, the means to process and print.
This website gives an overview of the organizations that have emerged in Europe, America and Asia. It serves as a portal for sharing information about labs and is also a place for debating aesthetic, political and technical questions raised by this on-going endeavor.
We have fresh stock of Kodak 7222 Double-X ,
16mm B&W Neg – 200ASA ,
100ft rolls on daylight loading camera spools.
£35 per roll – Please go to our prices page to make an order.