RE MI is a two-year European cooperation project run by Mire (Nantes, FR), WORM.Filmwerkplaats (Rotterdam, NL) and LaborBerlin (Berlin, DE), focused on the creation, preservation and circulation of technical knowledge of analogue film in order to support its use as a creative medium.Continue reading →
Re-Engineering the Industry
Fostering a dialogue between former industry professionals, contemporary artists and filmmakers to create new opportunities for the continued use and further development of the machinery and technology of photo-chemical film.Continue reading →
Re-Exploring Unexplored Paths
Supporting artistic and scientific research by continuing early cinema photo-chemical experiments, in order to create unique film material and approach new pictorial possibilities for artists through the making of their own emulsion.Continue reading →
Expanding Film Communities
Bringing together film enthusiasts to share their love for the unique experience of film as a material medium and, in doing so, to break through the limits of style and genre to create a new, more knowledgeable and open film culture.Continue reading →
>> BERLIN, Germany
LaborBerlin is a a non-profit, independent film lab dedicated to exploring different alternatives for the preservation as well as the ongoing and sustainable use of analog film technologies.
>> ROTTERDAM, Netherland
WORM.Filmwerkplaats is an artist run workspace dedicated to motion picture film as an artistic, expressive medium.
>> NANTES, France
Mire is a non-profit organization dedicated to experimental cinema and moving image. Mire organizes screenings and expanded cinema events, houses a cinematographic laboratory and creates cultural activities in public spaces.