Analog Cookbook - Volume II
Analog Cookbook
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Analog Cookbook - Volume II
Analog Cookbook
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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.

Table of Contents:
Cyanotypes / Interview with Sehera Nawaz
Sister Portal / Story by Skye Thompson
Altered Iconic Cultural Images / Interview with Michael Fleming
Herbal Developers / Recipe by General Treegan
Call for Submission Let’s Be a Forest
Doing the Reel Thing / Essay by Stefanie Weberhofer
Fox Wound - Super Swimsuit Super 8mm Music Film / Interview with Rosalia Parra
Printing Digital Video to 16mm film / Quote by Laura Conway
Guide to Processing 16mm Kodak B/W Reversal / Recipe by Nikola Dyulgyarov and Tish Stringer
35mm Photography by Charlie Mirador
Be Kind, Please / excerpts from a film by Ace Mccoll adapted for text
What is a Moment / Essay by Andrés Porras
Reflect + Process / 16mm films and Recipes by Emily M Van Loan
Film Soup / Photos by Beth Maciorowski
Super 8 / sci-fi / my Dad and me / Story by Ben Barton
Basilisk / Recipe and thoughts by Autojektor
Making a Bolex EBM Adapter Guide by Thomas Paul Wilson
Analog Horror / Thoughts by Caity Arthur
Elemental / Interview with Dani Smith
The Valley : Exquisite Corpse series / Thom Kuo
Solarization / Recipe by Svava Valdis Tergesen
Lining / Interview with Britany Gunderson
On Film Challenges / Quote by Mona Fani
35mm Photography by Sacred Hatreds / Interview
Wasted Films / Interview with Mads Madison
Amnesia / Experimental video art piece by Shane Dedman
Mother Feather 16mm Documentary / Interview with Jess Giaccobe

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.

Author(s): Various
Editor: Kate E. Hinshaw
Year: 2020
Pages: 90
Dimensions: 6 x 9 in.
Cover: Softcover
Language: English