Experimental Colour Film Processing Workshop Sep12

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Experimental Colour Film Processing Workshop

In Collaboration with the Winnipeg Film Group, we will be holding a colour processing workshop with famed experimental film duo Ojoboca based out of Berlin.

When Etkachrome colour reversal film was discontinued, it was increasingly difficult to get that stock. Luckily, Ojoboca came up with a solution so you could use pretty much any colour negative stock to get it projector ready in your own darkroom. In this workshop, they will show you how to process colour negative film as a positive. The participants will shoot some 16mm film on one of the WFG’s Bolex cameras and the duo will teach you the steps to hand process that film as a positive film. We will be able to project and watch the film during the class.

About the Instructors: Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy are filmmakers living and working in Berlin. Since 2010 they have been working together under the moniker OJOBOCA. Together they practice Horrorism, a simulated method of inner and outer transformation. They have presented their work internationally in a wide variety of venues to a wide variety of audiences. Since 2010 they are members of the artist-run film lab LaborBerlin.

For further information, visit the Winnipeg Film Group’s website.