Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Wednesday 15th December at the University of Huddersfield

This was a great day to end our 2010 schedule with. Rob Lycett, senior tutor in the Digital Media Design  had already attended a few of our workshops asked us to come in and work with students as well as meet a few people during their open day.

The workshop was run by Chris and Jo and we had some very dedicated  participants who made nearly over 600 feets worth of film during the day. After forgetting one of our spilt reels to spool the film on to Jo made one out of cardboard! Total D.I.Y skills!

 It was a pleasure to meet staff and students from a wide spectrum of disciplines across the school of art. architecture and design and we hope to be able to return in the Spring term.

As well as meeting some old friends who came to visit we made some great new ones and are thrilled to have this mini-documentary of the day made by current second year student James Dyer.
James - it was pleasure to meet you and many thanks for this!

Unravel Film from James Dyer on Vimeo.


  1. Hi,

    I really enjoyed the workshop the other day and really want to do some film myself. Do you know where i can buy some tape to experiment with.

    thanks Will

    e: redcharlie5@hotmail.com

  2. Hi Will
    Glad you enjoyed our workshop!
    We will be hopefully returning to Huddersfield in the spring but if you'd really like to get going we did leave a section of film with Rob (Lycett) for students to further experiment with.
    If you're gagging to start you can buy 16mm film stock on ebay and bleach out the image with household bleach.
    Failing that we will be doing mail order film kits in the new year so stay in touch and many thanks for coming!