Filming with LOMAA
I had the great pleasure to participate in a London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) workshop this weekend. Charlie Egleston, with great knowledge and passion facilitated the full day 16mm filmmaking workshop. The turnout was impressive including artists, digital filmmakers, and students from Western, Fanshawe and Beal. In the past I had taught myself how to hand process 16mm film and use a Bolex camera however this formal introduction to the medium explained a few of the mysteries I hadn’t quite figured out for myself.
— Jennifer Martin (@aJennifermartin) February 15, 2014
London Based Filmmaker: Charlie Egleston
Working in expanded modes of film and video production, Charlie Egleston has been making distinctive films, videos, and installation art for over a decade. His current work draws on both the potential of expressiveness in the ‘home mode’ of making and a consuming fascination with the phenomena of moving images. Screening both nationally and internationally, he is also an active community member who strongly advocates the artist’s role in their community.He has programmed, curated, served on boards, and held workshops for many community-based film/video events/organizations, and currently teaches filmmaking at Fanshawe College.
See/Saw by Charlie Egleston