May 29, 2011
Sol Nagler and John Kapitany want you to make a film. Too expensive, you say, with all that lab work. But they’re not listening. For Nagler and Kapitany can make films in their bathtub if they want to, and they’ll be happy to teach you how to do it too.
Through the auspices of the Winnipeg Film Group, this duo shows a group of filmmakers how to process their movies in random buckets (if the bathroom is occupied) and then wildly manipulate the image with scratches, rubber cement and butterfly wings, or anything else that may take their fancy. See it all here!