Manual visual effects, prop making, basic filming and editing

 

Miroslava Vecerova has devised a workshop inspired by handmade film effects of Czech cinematographer Karel Zeman, exploring how to make analogue film effects without using computer software. The workshop will show how to create dissolving visual effects using dripping paints and other art materials. The participants will experiment with this simple handmade technique, layering and combining it with real objects, drawings or short video footage, and thus learn how things in a film (e.g. planets, objects, people) can explode, leak, disappear or smoke. The aim is to make video effects and then film and edit this process to make a short film.

manual visual effects, prop making, basic filming and editing.

 

miroslava vecerova

"abracadabra"

 

Dubbing, collages and re-imagining films scenes

 

This workshop, directed to families, will see small teams collaborating to produce new interpretations of famous film scenes. The artists will present a few cult films scenes and will encourage the participants to re-imagine the story and create their own narrative. The new dialogues envisioned will be recorded, and participants will experiment with dubbing their ‘new’ scenes. After playing the different mini productions on the cinema screens, the artists will invite the participants to create a collage-poster for the film they have been working with, using films imaginary, photographs and cut-outs.

art placebo

"cine echo"

Re-imagining films scenes, perfor-

ming, set design/props/costumes making

 

This workshop will centre around the concept of the ‘remake’. The simple aim will be to remake a certain scene from a film that is about 1-2 minutes long. The participants will be able to go through the whole process of rehearsing, designing and filming the scene. We will think about how to translate the camera frames, the set design/props and the costumes from the original film into our own version - and we will be thinking loosely about what it means to culturally appropriate and remake this certain scene. We won’t just aim to replicate but, for example, we will think about what can stand in for props we do not have or cannot obtain, whether that be the use of our imaginations or a DIY object. Participants will have the choice to explore which aspect of the film production process they would like to be involved in.

henry Bradley

"remake"

Stop motion animation, gifs, 

collages 

 

Have you heard of stop motion animations? Do you know what a ‘gif’ is? Join graphic designer Julian Goll for a 1-day workshop to learn how to make an animation crafted digitally or made by

hand. The workshop features a brief introduction to stop motion animation and gif making. Simple tasks in writing, illustration and photography will bring together a sequence of images forming a narrative along a chosen theme. This workshop will take participants through various phases of the creation of an animation, through to the final result which can be uploaded online and on social media.

julian goll

"stop-motion!"

ART AROUND THE CINEMA

WE ARE

Deptford cinema

cinema

workshops

Jonathan Bromley

 

after working closely with youth and local film communities including Deptford Cinema, Jonty seeks new and creative ways to engage audiences with the screen. Having studied film in both the UK and Amsterdam, Jonty has a long standing interest in engagement with lm cultures and debates. Alongside a love for lm, Jonty is also invested in helping young people get involved with a diverse range of visual, musical and performing arts.

Thea Viale

 

After graduating 2 years ago in Anthropology from Goldsmiths University, Thea spent 3 months some time volunteering in Nicaragua with an association that worked with local schools, assisting with art clubs and developing a program that engaged with ideas of environment, culture and memories. At the moment Thea is working as a teaching assistant in a primary school in Peckham, where her role consists in supporting children with learning difficulties.

Ruzha V. Kazandjieva

 

is a ceramicist who works and lives in SE London. Her creative practice is intertwined with her daily practice. She works with teenagers with learning dif culties within a mainstream setting. Ruzha has creatively collaborated on various educational and community projects with Camberwell Arts Week, British Society of Deaf, Arts Community Exchange, Cambridge House, Brixton Craft and Parade Mews Pottery.

Adriana Kytkova

Adriana is one of the core volunteers at  Deptford Cinema and a community ambassador at The Barbican Centre. She works and facilitates workshops with community groups and children. She also produces short films, her project was selected for the FILMONOMICS programme (2017). She recently started her curatorial project *hidden, which provides opportunities to screen undistributed films which explore social issues such as housing problems, equal rights and inequality.

Jonathan Bromley

 

after working closely with youth and local film communities including Deptford Cinema, Jonty seeks new and creative ways to engage audiences with the screen. Having studied film in both the UK and Amsterdam, Jonty has a long standing interest in engagement with lm cultures and debates. Alongside a love for lm, Jonty is also invested in helping young people get involved with a diverse range of visual, musical and performing arts.

Valeria Gaeta

 

is a mixed media artist teacher, interested in the entanglement of memory and materials and therefore how memories hold strong emotional bonds. She is constantly investigating how this concept, through the use of any type archives, from physical to imaginary ones, can be used to create socially interactive art. She uses photography, performance and installation to express her feelings, often grasping metaphors from the natural world. She has recently exhibited in different places between Rome and London, like Life Framer, at The Chocolate Factory, London; Open16, at Peckham Platform, London and Mangowave Publications at Santeria, Rome.

Sara Soupdemots

 

is a photographer and artist teacher working predominantly in the medium of photography, mixed media and performance; She has recently exhibited in ART MAP 2016, Portugal; Open16, Peckham Platform, London; and Irregular, Orballo Project Space, London. Her work has developed beyond the purely aesthetic, drawing on her influences from psychology, philosophy and education, to develop her art practice. She is interested in art as a pedagogical tool for Social-emotional literacy and in which ways dialogue triggers critical thinking, reflection and wellbeing. She runs creative workshops by the hand of Art Placebo Collective in different fundraising events across London and Spain.

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