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Greetings from MONO NO AWARE in Brooklyn New York. For anyone interested, our technical engineer created a design for an at home linear processing machine that can be built for less than $400 from common hardware components and 3-D printable parts. The machine is capable of processing 16mm and Super 8mm motion picture film formats. The specifications were announced publicly an international laboratory meeting held last week in Mexico City at Estudios Churubusco. (attaching some images to this post from the lecture / presentation) Should anyone have interest, please send a private message and we'll arrange to send you a printed companion booklet so that you may build one for yourself.
MONO NO AWARE, cinema-arts NPO and film-positive community in Brooklyn is offering affordable accessible workshops this Spring in traditional film making. Workshops are all inclusive, equipment, film stock, processing, scanning, and premiere screening party. APRIL OFFERINGS + SHOOTING AND PROCESSING HI-CON FILM **NEW** + OPTICAL SOUND TRACKS : 16MM FILM MAKING WITH SOUND **NEW** + INTRODUCTION TO 16MM COLOR FILM MAKING WITH BOLEX REX-5 + STOP MOTION PUPPET ANIMATION ON 16MM COLOR FILM + DIRECT 'CAMERA-LESS' FILM MAKING TECHNIQUES + SUPER 8MM B/W REVERSAL FILM MAKING AND HAND PROCESSING We are a resource for rentals (XTR Prod, ACL, Rex-5+) film stock (Official Kodak distributor + short ends in 16mm and 35mm), equipment (Optical Printer, Steenbeck, etc), facilities (Contact printer, editing station) and processing right here in Brooklyn. To learn more visit: http://mononoawarefilm.com/workshops/