Film makers Deborah Bower and Mat Fleming and visual artist Annette Knol made their first 16mm gel-film, "Peacock Lee" in 2011. The outcome was a fast-pace explosion of shape and colour.
They are now in residence at WORM in collaboration with playwright and performer Amelia Bande to produce a new celluloid colour-gel experiment.
As part of their WORM residency and to introduce you to their processes & techniques, they will guide a workshop & screening.
Film Workshop: Films made out of gels and splicing tape
How to make your own colour gel 16mm film! We will write a simple script and then make as many seconds as we can of 16mm colours in film to accompany the script.
When: Sunday 20 May from 13.00 till 17.00
Costs: 10,-- Euro
We will show a small collection of Film Bee films, amongst which "Peacock Lee" (Deborah Bower, Mat Fleming, Annette Knol, 2010, 7:10 min, 16mm), "Far From" (Christo Wallers, 2011, 1 min, video) as well as some other gems. Last, but not least, the 16mm gel-loop we will have produced during the workshop.
Wednesday 23 May at 20:30 (before "Dog Star Man" by Stan Brakhage)