Super8: Shoot to Screen
Capture Photography Festival & VIVO Media Arts Centre present:
Free youth workshop: Learn to shoot and process Super8 film with artist Nisha Platzer!
This two-day workshop introduces you to Super8 film. You’ll learn about this unique format, then create a short black-and-white film by shooting and processing your own. That’s right! You’ll learn how to:
- operate handheld super8 film cameras!
- expose photo film to light rays!
- hand-process the film in photochemicals
Arrive with an idea, or experiment with form and visuals to create an original film. One roll of black & white reversal film per team.
The final films will be screened Sunday night, so invite your friends and family!
New to VIVO? Parents are welcome to come take a free tour of VIVO! We’re at 2625 Kaslo Street, Vancouver. Open Tue-Fri 11am-6pm.
2 sessions, 16 hours total // Free with registration, while space lasts
Session 1: Sat Apr 13, 10am-6pm
Session 2: Sun Apr 14, 10am-6pm
Screening Sunday night after the workshop ends
This workshop is for youth ages 16 to 24.
No experience necessary. All equipment provided.
This project is supported by a Creative Spark Vancouver grant disbursed by ArtStarts in Schools and funded by the City of Vancouver.
Nisha Platzer is a filmmaker and photographer from Vancouver, working in analogue and handmade formats. She studied at the international school of Cinema in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba and at Concordia University in Montreal. Nisha’s short films have screened at festivals in North America, South America and Europe. She likes to play with combining various artistic mediums to explore themes of identity and the intersections therein. Nisha was an artist in residence at the James Black Gallery from 2015-2016 and has given experimental film workshops in Colombia, Uruguay and Cuba.
She loves to work with creative people of all ages, so get in touch to share your artistic ideas!