no.w.here, the UK’s premiere artist run lab is delighted to present a practical, hands on workshop for emerging artists filmmakers, cinematographers, and experienced practitioners interested in exploring the range of image capture formats currently available including both standard and super 16mm, HD/RED, and the latest Canon 7D digital SLR camera, with practical shooting exercises on each.
The workshop will explore:
Theoretical, contextual, practical and technical elements of cinematography
Address the challenges facing artists and filmmakers using this variety of formats.
Focus on the strengths and weaknesses of each format helping artists and film makers make decisions around which to shoot on, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
The workshop will take place at no.w.here and the BFI, and is sponsored by Fuji, Ilab, ICE camera hire, and the BFI.
14th September at the BFI Stephen Street Studio 7 - 9pm
17th and 18th September at no.w.here 10.30am - 5.30pm
30th September 7 - 9pm at the Stephen Street Studio BFI: Final screening of all work made.
Price: £300 members / £500 non members
Tim Sidell-Rodriguez is a cinematographer working in artists film, drama, commercial and music video and continues his own practice as an experimental filmmaker. Tim has been the cinematographer of multiple artist productions including Bethan Huws, Runa Islam, Shezad Dawood, Emily Wardill, Karen Mirza & Ruth Beale, Doug Fishbone, Andy Holden, David Ryan and Isabel Rocamora. Tim’s first feature film as Director of Photography achieved international distribution and he is shooting his second feature during the summer of 2011. Tim is also a part-time senior lecturer at the Cambridge School of Art, working with BA Film & Television Production, Photography and Fine Art undergraduate students.