The Kodak Company introduced Super 8mm film in 1965 as an easier, cheaper, and overall better option for home movies. The film was easily loaded into the camera, and was sent away to be processed. Film was available in black and white or color, and were silent until 1973; when Kodak added a magnetic sound strip to the side of the film. With the addition of the sound strip, the filmmaker was able to record sound separately, and then had…
Get cozy with our mid-winter student artist film screening!
Join the WAM Collective for a curated evening of short films featuring student and emerging artists. Stick around after for studying (at Study Night) and hanging out with the artists.
Light snacks and coffee will be served.
Have a film to submit? Send it to us!