In September, Lomography UK braved the cold and teamed up with BFI and the Southwark Arts Forum to give a very special Lomokino workshop at the Southbank with free coffee and biscuits too. Find out how we got on right here.
The British Film Institute (BFI) in London’s Southbank exists to promote greater understanding and appreciation of, and access to, film and moving image culture in the UK. Each year they host the BFI Film Festival and they have ongoing events and talks. Lomography UK were very proud to put on a special Lomokino workshop in association with the Southwark Arts Forum. tp show people how to making mini movies from a roll of 35mm film.
There was a great turn out despite the cold weather and everyone was treated to free coffee and biscuits. We showed everyone how to load and shoot and explained how it works with 35mm film. Then we went out to the Southbank to shoot our movies.
Everyone managed to capture some great movement from the local skateboarders to the fun fair. We bagged up the films and whisked them off to our Lomolab for processing.
Everyone had a great time! Watch this space because i’m sure there will be another one very soon!
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