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LEARN 16MM COLOR FILMMAKING with Craig Scheihing

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April 26, 2016
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In this workshop participants will learn 16mm filmmaking techniques for shooting on color negative film from start to finish. Curriculum covers camera options, Kodak Vision 3 color stocks, exposure, filters, lenses, how to load, focus, run, operate the H16 Bolex Reflex camera, how to effectively communicate with the lab to obtain a beautifully timed color print, editing workflows and theater projection.  Participants will spend one day shooting then will meet again to view the raw footage to talk about editing options and presentation. The goal is to create a short film on 16mm which you conceived, directed, shot, splice edited, and projected independently. We will also discuss how to promote your short piece through a list of friendly film festivals. All materials, processes and equipment will be provided for. Finished projects will be presented after the conclusion of the course at our screening party.

INSTRUCTION: 5 Sessions + Screening Party

TUESDAYS: May 31st & June 7th, 21st, 28th,  
from 7 – 9:15 PM
Saturday June 11th (DAY SHOOT) from 10 AM – 5 PM
Friday July 1st Free Screening Party at 7 PM

LOCATION: Center for Performance Research (CPR)
361 Manhattan Ave, Unit 1, Brooklyn, NY

INSTRUCTORS: Craig Scheihing & Steve Cossman

INCLUDES:  5 Instructional sessions; 4 classroom sessions and 1 day shoot, 100 feet of Kodak Vision 3 color negative 16 mm, ECN processing, 100′ work print from ColorLab, access to camera equipment, editing supplies and  16mm projectors, informational course packet, HD video transfer of finished film by Dijifi, HD online hosting of finished film, local & international film festival entry waivers.

WORKSHOP: $300 all inclusive
Combo w/ cross-processing workshop $360 (Save $15)
Shoot on Tungsten balanced stock and cross-process your film yourself with us Sunday June 19th!  

COURSE CAP: 10 participants

http://mononoawarefilm.com/workshop/2016/06/intro-to-16mm-color-filmmaking/

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