Second Impressions: Lunenburg Micro-Docs on 35mm Film gallery installation is now open to the public!
Six Lunenburg professional artists from diverse disciplines have each created a micro-documentary on 35 mm film. The initial images were captured on 35 mm motion picture film. The artists then directly placed animation on top of the print (1440 frames of 35mm film), adding layers with hands-on animation techniques including painting, scratching and drawing.
Come to Peer Gallery until October 1st to see local artists’ creations! Peer Gallery is located at 167 Lincoln Street and is open daily from 10:30 am-5:30 pm.
The artists were mentored by a professional filmmaker Christopher Spencer-Lowe and professional animator Becka Barker. The films debuted at the 4th annual Lunenburg Doc Fest on Saturday, September 23.
A gentle swaying motion that comforts and lulls babies to sleep
Keeper of the Knowledge.
PICASSO HAD HIS BLUE PERIOD, I HAVE MY BLUE ROCKS
Moving back to nova Scotia in 2004, we rented a house in Blue Rocks with a view of the little fish store on a rock in Sand Cove and is an image that has appeared in many of my art quilts since.
A passing moment in a one-of-a-kind town
Let’s dream of building a boat and sailing away.
DRAWN TO LIFE DESCRIBED TO DEATH
Animates the snaky days at the end of a summer gone by.
Many thanks to Christopher Spencer-Lowe, Becka Barker and special thanks to LDF Festival Advisor, Christopher Ball, and the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP).
Funded with the support of Arts Nova Scotia