Film workshop: No Dominion – Everything Speaks

We thought that our job was to capture reality but this tool we chose is like a ventriloquist’s dummy possessed by unknown spirits, it speaks without our control.

"In this two-day workshop we will share some of our personal methods for working with analogue film to expand the field of documentary film. On the first day we will show and discuss a selection of our work. Then we will go out and shoot an exercise. We will use black and white negative, reversal and print 16mm film to create a collaborative visual interpretation of a single space. On the second day we will go into the darkroom to work with different developing techniques to manipulate and transform the footage. Afterwards we will try out some alternative approaches to exhibition by using multiple projectors. Together we will attempt to assemble a single piece that can be performed by the group live." Mentors: Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy. 

Schedule: 27th September from 10.00 - 17.00; 28th September from 10.00 to 16.00.
Workshop fee: Klubvizija SC lab members: 150 kn; non-members: 200 kn.

Application email: sc.klubvizija@gmail.com. In email please indicate your previous film-making experience as well as reasons for participating in this specialized workshop. Applications are open till September 20th and selected participants will be contacted on September 21st .

Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy are filmmakers based in Berlin. Since 2010 they have been working together under the moniker OJOBOCA. Together they practice Horrorism, a simulated method for inner and outer transformation. They have presented their work internationally in a wide variety of venues to a wide variety of audiences. They are currently members of the artist-run film lab LaborBerlin.

Wed 27/9 MM Center 10:00
  • The Masked Monkeys Anja Dornieden, Juan David González Monroy (OJOBOCA) DE, ID, 2015, 30', 16 mm
  • Cloud Shadow Anja Dornieden, Juan David González Monroy (OJOBOCA) Wolkenschatten, DE, 2014, 17', 16 mm