BW ANALOGUE FILM DEVELOPING WORKSHOP AT WOLF – JUNE 2014
During 48hours Neukölln, WOLF opens its doors for the first time for screenings, workshops & get togethers in collaboration with LaborBerlin.
28.06-29.06.2014 Film Entwicklung Workshop // Film Developing Workshop
Labor Berlin präsentiert: Mach deinen eigenen S8 Film
Am Samstag um 11h beginnt der von Labor Berlin unterstützte Super8 Workshop – ihr dreht einen eigenen 3 1/2 Minuten Film & lernt wie man ihn entwickelt. Am späten Sonntag Nachmittag werden die entstandenen Filme gezeigt. Beitrag für Materialverbrauch ist 20 Euro, es ist ein Schnellkurs für jedes Erwachsenenalter. Begrenzte Teilnehmerzahl, bitte bis zum 19.6. anmelden bei verena@
Bringt ein bisschen Zeit mit, da das Entwickeln nur in kleinen Gruppen möglich ist.
LaborBerlin presents: Make your own Super8 film
Learn how to develop and shoot your own Super8 film, supported by Labor Berlin. We start the workshop on Saturday at 11am, you will shoot a 3 1/2 minute film and develop it. On Sunday afternoon we’ll show the finished work. There’s a 20 Euro charge for the film materials, the course is suitable for all grown ups. Please pre-register until 19.6. via email verena@as there’s a limited number of places available. Bring along a bit of time, as the developing is only possible in small groups.
CHROMAFLEX: EXPERIMENTAL COLOR PROCESSING – JUNE 2014
This workshop is open to non-LaborBerlin members. Previous processing experience is recommended, but not necessary.
Wednesday, June 11th – 10 am to 5pm
Globetrotting filmmakers Richard Touhy and Dianna Barrie will be visiting
LaborBerlin once again this June to share with us their Chromaflex technique and some of their most recent films. The screening will take place at scope session on Thursday, June 12th.
This 16mm workshop will take the participants step by step through a jazzy new photo-chemical technique which allows selectively controlled negative and positive color and black and white images on the same strip of film. What’s more, the technique allows us to make these selection decisions in full light with the images visible right there in front of you. You can have areas of black, areas of clear, color negative areas, color positive areas and glorious black and white images all within a single frame of ordinary camera captured image. We then get to watch the colour chemistry working its magic—again, in full light. The workshop begins with a freshly made color print of color negative material. But instead of processing this print in the normal ECP process, we will be undertaking our novel processing sequence that will produce an odd-looking positive black and white image on the film. We will then select various areas on that print that we want to end up as positive color, negative color, leave black and white or process as black or clear film. Those areas will be selectively covered with special chemical blocking tape. Then the film will be selectively bathed in an assortment of color chemistry before removing the tape and bathing in more chemistry. As well as engaging with a great new experimental film technique, this workshop is a great opportunity to learn in detail how color film works.
Check out an example of the process on Vimeo.
Instructor: Richard Touhy is one of the most active experimental film artists currently working on celluloid in Australia. His film Iron-Wood won first prize (ex aequo) at the 2009 International Abstract Cinema Exhibition (ABSTRACTA) in Rome. He runs Nanolab in Australia — the specialist small gauge film processing laboratory. He actively encourages other artists to work with cine film through his Artist Film Workshop initiative. In 2006 he and his partner started Nanolab as an artist run film laboratory offering super 8 processing.
Pre-registration is required. To register for the workshop please send an email to labor.organisation@
Workshop fee for non-members: 30 €
Lab fee (for chemicals) per participant: 2 €