In line with Harkat's curatorial at SAF, Andar Baahar, this workshop begins with a communal walk, where participants will spend time collecting fragments of spaces – leaves, wrappers, tickets, grass, flowers etc. Participants will then learn how to make prints on 16mm film with the collected objects. The end result is a physical archive of our surroundings. Film sequences made in the workshop will be projected at a special screening during the festival.
This workshop will give participants an opportunity to create their own 16mm prints through a direct contact printing process. The process involves briefly exposing 16mm print film to light whilst various materials are placed over the film to create patterns. The film is then developed in a dark room to create permanent impressions. The ideal participant is an artist, maker, tinkerer, creative individual. The workshop is also kids-friendly. All required materials will be provided.
The workshop will be guest facilitated by experimental filmmakers Richard Tuohy and Dianna Barrie, who created and run nanolab, a specialist small gauge film hand-processing lab in Melbourne, Australia.
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Disclaimer: We would like to thank you all for your overwhelming response to the Festival! It is this enthusiasm that makes our return to Panjim all the more special. Performances and workshops have limited seating. Those who had pre-registered for a performance/workshop will be given preference for entry. Beyond that, if seats are left, entry will be allowed on a first come first serve basis.
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