12 Jun Hand processing (Black & White) | In-person
Hand processing (Black & White) | In-person
Workshop - Exploratory Cinema - Spring 2022
Sunday June 12, 2022
9 am - 5 pm
2025 Rue Parthenais #301, Montréal, Quebec, H2K 3T2, Québec
Sunday, June 12th from 9:30 am to 5 pm
SOLD OUT – WAITING LIST OPEN VIA SERVICES@MAINFILM.QC.CA
Instructor | Guillaume Vallée, filmmaker artist
Member $105 | Non-member $150
Hand processing allows the filmmakers unique control over the visual outcome of their film. In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn which chemistries to use, developing recipes, the different ways to develop, and the basics of using a darkroom.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own exposed film to be developed during the workshop.
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Health measures related to COVID-19:
- Participants will be required to wear a procedure mask at all times upon arrival at Main Film.
- Participants will be required to disinfect their hands upon entering the center and before touching the equipment. Hydro-alcoholic solution will be provided.
- Participants will be spaced 1m apart during the workshops.
- Participants may use the restroom.
Experimental filmmaker, video artist and independent curator, Guillaume Vallée graduated from Concordia University with a degree in Animation and an MFA in Studio Arts – Film Production. He works primarily in Super8, 16mm and VHS. His audiovisual performances have been presented in a multitude of festivals in Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and Austria. His experimental films and videos, distributed by Vidéographe, Light Cone and Winnipeg Film Group, have been presented internationally in many festivals. Guillaume Vallée was artist-in-residence at La Bande Vidéo (Canada) in 2017, at Le Fresnoy – studio national des arts contemporains (France) and at Signal Culture (USA) in 2018. In 2020, he was able to complete three artist residencies, at Studio 303 (Montreal, CA), Visual Alchemy with Al Razutis (British Columbia, CA) and Main Film (Montreal, CA). In 2021, at PANACHE Art Actuel (Sept-Îles, CA) and at Light Cone’s post-production residency, Atelier 105 (Paris, FR) to edit his latest short film elles s’élèvent, ces forteresses éponges.