|Joost van Veen Film maker from Rotterdam Netherlands. His work is very divers and also does work on the film material itself. He won seversal prices and is also a very kind friend of the lab.|
|the film-makerscoop The Film-Makers' Cooperative is the largest archive and distributor of independent and avant-garde films in the world. Created by artists in 1962, as the distribution branch of the New American Cinema Group, the Coop has more than 5,000 films, videotapes and DVDs in its collection.|
Karel Doing is a Dutch filmmaker and still uses a lot of 16mm and super8. In his film 'A Journey to Tarakan' he also used super8 Ektachrome that was blown-up to 35mm film. It looks fabulous. Karel Doing (1965, Canberra, Australia) makes film poems in various forms; personal documentaries, visual music, fairy tales and expanded cinema projects. He lives and works in London (United Kingdom). His work is shown in a variety of contexts; film festivals, musea, theaters, and institutions for contemporary art. He is also active as a producer and curator.
|Bart Vegter is a Dutch filmmaker who died unfortunatly in July 2011. Bart Vegter lived and worked in Rotterdam (NL). He made his first film in 1981, after participating in the Cine workshop of the Vrije Academie in the Hague. Actually an autodidact, he was inspired by the attitudes and works of Frans Zwartjes, Paul de Mol and Jacques Verbeek, also by seeing experimental films there (mainly from USA), and he met many other motivated students in that place. Please visit his website for more about abstract filmmaking.|
Joost Rekveld Dutch film maker Joost Rekveld has made a number of abstract films and kinetic installations. His site is also a real artwork. Do visit this one, it changes very frequently. Besides filmmaker Joost is also a musician.
|Metamkine France. This is a group of filmmakers, musicians and more. On their website you can order CD's, DVD's and more from artists around the world.|
Jurgen Reble a great German filmmaker, a true alchemist! He also teaches in workshops about the chemical treatment of film.
Arianne Olthaar a Dutch artist and filmmaker. She lives and works in The Hague. Her work, which consists of miniature models, photographs and experimental films, has a strong focus on the once-luxurious and -modern interiors in public spaces built in the 1970s and 80s. Many of her films are shot on super8.
|Flicker Home Page Welcome to Flicker, home page for the alternative cinematic experience. Here you will find films and videos that transgress the boundaries of the traditional viewing experience, challenge notions of physical perception and provide cutting edge alternatives to the media information technocracy.|
De Filmwerkplaats Rotterdam Netherlands: 'The Filmwerkplaats foundation initiates and stimulates the production and screening of wayward and experimental film'.
Esther Urlus Rotterdam Netherlands. An artist working with motion picture film formats Super8, 16mm and 35mm. Resulting in films, performances and installations. Her work always arise from the DIY method. Kneading with the material, by trial, error and (re) inventing, she creates new work.
Exploding Cinema is a coalition of film/video makers committed to developing new modes of exhibition for underground media; from DIY screenings in all kinds of venues to low/no budget film tours, cable T.V. and the internet.
|filmlabs.org Artist-run film labs implement an original way of using production tools, through their collective organizations, for filmmakers and artists currently working with celluloid film.
They act as an experimental ground for cinema (beyond any genre) at a time when the industry is gradually getting rid of film and, with that, the means to process and print.
This website gives an overview of the organizations that have emerged in Europe, America and Asia. It serves as a portal for sharing information about labs and is also a place for debating aesthetic, political and technical questions raised by this on-going endeavor.
On the site one can find historical overviews of artist-run film labs, texts about their practices, descriptions of recent works, a large technical section documentation of past artist-labs’ meetings, as well as a subscription page to our two mailing-lists, forum and the agenda.
De Filmbank A group of Dutch people started a new organization to support the experimental and short independent film.
|Light Cone distributer of film. Founded in 1982, Light Cone is a non-profit association with the aim of promoting, distributing, and preserving experimental cinema in France. A very good website for filmlovers, artists and super8 dedicated persons.|
Het Filmmuseum a Dutch institute. 'As a national center for cinematography the Filmmuseum - located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands - aims to promote a lively Dutch film culture, by the collection, restoration and screening of film treasures. The Filmmuseum also presents new films, both Dutch and foreign art films. The collection includes thousands of films, and many photos, posters, papers and other witnesses of film history. The film collection has a wide range, from 1898 onwards. Every year new titles are acquired. The information center at the Vondelstraat is the largest film library in the Netherlands, and is open to anyone interested in the cinema. As a distributor, the Filmmuseum brings both classics and contemporary art films to Dutch film theaters.'
|Anja Dornieden and Juan David González Monroy are filmmakers living and working in Berlin. Since 2010 they have been working together under the moniker OJOBOCA. Together they practice Horrorism, a simulated method of inner and outer transformation. Their work encompasses films, performances, installations and workshops. They have presented their work internationally in a wide variety of venues to a wide variety of audiences. Since 2010 they are members of the artist-run film lab LaborBerlin.|
Re-Voir France. Buy experimental films on a dvd or bluray and enjoy it at home.
Laatste bijwerking 27 november 2015.