Long live celluloid2pm: Celluloid Traces + filmmaker Q+A
The LSFF celebrate all things filmic and older formats in this programme of experimental and drama-based work. These shorts draw on the retro look of 16mm and degraded videotape including Bronco's House (Mark Jenkin, 44 min), shot on a clockwork camera, on 16mm black and white negative stock, and processed by hand using an instant coffee-based developer. Director Mark Jenkin will join the screening for a Q+A.
4pm: Analogue Precurring
The 16mm analogue films in this programme use a variety of unique production techniques ranging from optical printing, hand developing and constructed apparatus. The tactile quality of film is celebrated in these seminal works with their integral use of sounds, silences and textures.
With the resurgence of film language in the visual community in such events as Bea Haut’s Analogue Recurring events, these works are a reminder of the visual impact of analogue imagery and practice. These films are rarely screened as 16mm so this is a unique and exciting chance to view in their original format.
Gain access to either event, or grab a ticket for both, and really delve into the art of analogue film.
Over 18s only. Valid ID required.