Atelier 105: Post-production residency

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In October 2014, Light Cone introduced artist residencies dedicated to the video-based post-production of films that fall within the realm of experimental cinema, with the aim of supporting approximately 10 projects per year.

A fully equipped workspace located in Light Cone's facilities gives artists access to a film scanner for the digitization of 16mm & 35mm film in 2K & 4K, an editing station, sound mixing hardware and software, a color-correction monitor and dedicated computers for encoding video files and DCPs, as well as a 4K digital projector (Optoma UHZ65) for previewing the edit and color-correction on the big screen. This equipment has been assembled by professionals to allow filmmakers to have the best possible tools at their disposal.

The residency is intended for the workflow of experimental filmmakers, and, therefore, eligibility criteria are deliberately kept open. Short-, medium-, as well as feature-length films are welcome, on the condition that shooting is completed and editing is already advanced. The residency aims to support projects currently in progress; therefore, proposals to re-grade older films will not be considered. While the project must fit within the category of experimental cinema, no other criteria (length, nationality of filmmaker, etc.) will be imposed.

Submissions are now open for the first residency session of 2022 (February 1 to July 29).
The submission deadline is Monday, December 13, 2021.
(However, please note that the session will be closed when the quota of 30 submissions has been reached)

More information at the following links:


Monday, December 13, 2021 (All day)

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