August 17, 2019, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
This practical, outcome focused video workshop will draw on traditions of slow cinema, video painting & Dogme 95. We will experiment with the moving image in its stripped back, restrained form. Working individually or in small groups, we will create short videos within a set of rules and boundaries that we establish through conversation, inspired by viewing seminal examples from within these traditions.
All camera and editing equipment will be provided, though feel free to bring your own laptop and/or camera-phone. No need for props or accessories. Bring yourself, an open mind (and lunch!).
Hosted by Miranda Bellamy.
Miranda Bellamy is an Aotearoa New Zealand artist and filmmaker based in Sackville, NB. Her interdisciplinary work has led to many varied outcomes. Her video art has featured in numerous exhibitions and her music videos, documentaries and experimental films have found audiences in all corners of the world on screens of many sizes.
Space is limited, so please register in advance – email Todd Fraser at firstname.lastname@example.org
image credit: Miranda Bellamy, Avail, HD Video, 12.24, 2011