I know many of you are seasoned filmmakers, but I wanted to pass along the
workshop offerings of MONO NO AWARE for your consideration. Please forward
this listing to any interested students, friends and colleagues.
Since beginning the MNA workshop series in 2009, we've been working hard to
develop our program and offerings of analog filmmaking techniques all taught by
experienced local filmmakers.
MONO NO AWARE workshops include Kodak film stock, Access to camera equipment,
Processing, Editing equipment, an HD transfer of the finished work, a FREE
screening party for participants & friends, Online hosting of the final film at
our Vimeo+ Channel, and waivers to submit your work to festivals around the
Between July and September 2012 we will offer the following workshops:
INTRO TO 16 MM FILMMAKING HAND PROCESSING BLACK AND WHITE REVERSAL FILM
SUPER 8 MM FILMMAKING 2-D ANIMATION ON 16 MM FILM HAND PROCESSING COLOR
NEGATIVE FILM ADVANCED 16 MM TECHNIQUES DIRECT FILMMAKING / ANIMATION ON FILM
RECORDING SOUND FOR FILM ALTERNATIVE PROCESSING TECHNIQUES All workshops are
offered at our host space the Center for Performance Research, 361 Manhattan
Ave and Negativland Darkroom 1717 Troutman and are VERY reasonably priced for
materials provided and friendly services rendered.
You can watch some of the films created in our workshop series at the links
above OR if you are free this evening and in NYC... One of our recent 16mm
workshop participants from March, Chloe Zimmerman, completed a film entitled
"Here Now Be Here Now Be Here". Through the workshop she was able to enter the
Brooklyn Film Festival and her first film ever was named an official selection.
It's screening this evening at 9 pm: HERE NOW BE HERE NOW BE HERE by Chloe
Zimmerman - Experimental Film @ Brooklyn Film Festival I'll be there in
person, do feel free to come up and say hello or ask questions.
Thank you again for your time and attention,
Steve Cossman and the MONO NO AWARE staff
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