Navire Argo Project Will Include a Film Collection and a Cinema
The French collective of filmmakers known as L’Abominable is currently working on setting up its artist-run film lab in the […]
“Celluloid Now” festival opening soon
September 15th will be the opening day of the first edition of Celluloid Now in Chicago: four days of screenings, […]
Many film projections coming up in A Coruña!
For its 12th edition, which starts on May 28th, (S8) Mostra Internacional de Cinema Periférico relaunches its trademark on-site activities, […]
filmprojection21.org is an initiative conceived around the concrete commitment represented by the Charter of Cinematographic Projection in the 21st Century, uniting those who care about photochemical film projection.
Filmmakers, artists, producers, archivists, distributors, programmers or members of the audience, whether involved in the festival network, the archival world, contemporary art, independent venues, or all kinds of film-making, from the movie industry to the underground, we assert the importance of building a future for photochemical film projection and intend to share resources toward that goal.
“I love making films with a Super 8 camera, reacting to serendipitous discoveries and transferring experience and perception, atmosphere and […]
“Well, there are two phases: making and showing. Film and digital video are two different media and ideas come to […]
“We make prints because we believe that analog projection is a central element of the cinematic ritual as we understand […]
“Each projection of film is unique and lively. It is always an exciting moment when the projectionist is hopefully focusing […]
“When it comes to projects that I shoot and (re)work on film, I make photochemical prints – first of all, […]
“I think it’s about a feeling. In the digital space our feelings are getting more and more lost. Analog film […]
“My films only exist as 16mm film prints and are available to the public for rental at Canyon Cinema in […]
“I began making films just as film projection began to wane and digital projection became omnipresent. I remember at that […]
“When you work with analogue film there are limitations that force you into making decisions. I found out there is […]
“Digital projection is to film what the postcard reproduction is to painting. It is the Van Gogh calendar. It is […]