Analog Cookbook is a biannual film journal and space for celluloid artists to be fearlessly weird, artistic, and relentless in the pursuit of visual storytelling. Inspired by the text Recipes for Disaster by Helen Hill, it was created to celebrate artists from all over the world who work with analog media while providing practical knowledge of celluloid filmmaking.
At 200 pages, it's the biggest issue to date and features mushroom and green tea film developers, essays on making work amidst chaos and grief, and interviews and conversations with filmmakers, photographers, and artists from around the globe.
Analog Cookbook was started by Kate E. Hinshaw, a tactile filmmaker and cinematographer who shoots and destroys 16mm and super 8mm film through bleaching, scratching, and burning the emulsion. She also teaches camera workshops at The University of Colorado at Boulder and teaches community-based S8 + 16mm workshops in Atlanta, Georgia in the summer.
Editor: Kate E. Hinshaw
Dimensions: 6 x 9 in.