416.588.6444 | 1137 Dupont Street Toronto, Ontario M6H 2A3 Canada | MONDAY-FRIDAY, 10AM-6PM
Youth Analogue Filmmaking Intensive Ages 14–17
Create your own film poem! This fun and unique workshop explores a creative tradition in experimental filmmaking that is improvisational and interactive. This way of working has a comparative body of work in music, painting and poetry. Participants will shoot 16mm film on a Bolex and process their film in LIFT's darkroom and then rework that footage using artisinal techniques such as decay, painting and drawing on film. Students will also have the option to incorporate found footage into their film poems. Each participant will take home their film in analogue and digital formats.
This workshop includes all film, darkroom chemistry, and supplies for use during the workshop. Participants must provide recording and storage media for the digital copy of their film work.
Eva Kolcze is a Toronto-based artist, filmmaker and educator who creates films and installations based around themes of landscape,
architecture and the body. Her work has screened at venues and festivals including the National Gallery of Canada, Anthology Film
Archives, the Gardiner Museum, Cinémathèque québécoise, Birch Contemporary, International Rotterdam Film Festival, Oberhausen
Film Festival and the Images Festival. She’s also instructed youth and adult filmmaking workshops at the Toronto International Film Festival, York University, Harbourfront Centre, Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto and Artscape Gibraltar Point. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from OCAD University and a Master of Fine Art from York University.