From: nishikawa tomonari (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Apr 16 2010 - 20:55:33 PDT
I would like to announce an upcoming pinhole filmmaking workshop in Johnson City, NY, on Sunday, April 25th.
Email me off-list, if you have any questions about this event.
A Pinhole 16mm Filmmaking Workshop at
In this one-day workshop on the pinhole
16mm movie making, a participant will learn the basic knowledge of pinhole
photography, 16mm filmmaking, and processing black and white films. A
participant will use a hand-crank movie camera to shoot about 30 feet of 16mm
black and white film through a pinhole(s). Hands-on instruction will be
provided, and no filmmaking or film processing experience is required. The
workshop will be concluded by the screening of participants$B!G(B films later at the
Instructors: Miles McNulty, Brian Murphy, Tomonari
Location: Spool Mfg. 138 Baldwin Street, Johnson
City, NY 13790
Date: Sunday, April 25th 2010
Time: 1:00pm workshop, 7:00pm screening
Fee: $20 (include films, chemicals,
materials for making a pinhole, pizza, etc)
To register to this workshop, email your
name and phone number to Tomonari Nishikawa <email suppressed> by
A participant$B!G(Bs 16mm film will be scanned
and posted on the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day Website <http://www.pinholeday.org/>.
This event is sponsored by Spool Mfg. and
Binghamton University Cinema Department.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.