Super 8 Filmmaking
Calling all film enthusiasts! The NaAC is pleased to offer a 3-week community class on Super 8 analog filmmaking.
Super 8 is a type of film that is shot on a special camera and projected on a special projector. Unlike digital filmmaking, this type of filmmaking involves using physical film. In this class, participants will work together to create a short film using Super 8 stock.
The classes will be as follows:
- October 11th: Intro to Super 8 Filmmaking
- October 18th: Planning for film shoot – storyboarding, script, costume planning etc
- October 25th: Film Shoot!
There will also be a screening of the finished film once it gets developed, scheduled for Tuesday, November 22nd. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dates and Times:
Tuesdays, October 11th, 18th, and 25th @ 3-5pm
Location: National accessArts Center (downstairs studio)
Who is this workshop right for?
This Super 8 workshop is ideal for artists who want to explore the medium of Super 8 filmmaking, and who are comfortable working in a collaborative team environment.
This class is open to all that identify as belonging to the disability or neurodiverse community, participant do not have to be NaAC artists to join.
Is there a cost to participate?
This workshop costs $20 in total, for the cost of materials.
This class requires a minimum of 6 participants to run, in the event minimum registration is not reached, the class will be cancelled.