"To process black & white reversal film, you need to expose it to light a second time in between baths. Normally you would hold it 2 minutes against a 100 W bulb, but I thought: Why not take the Canadian sun while it's out?! And it worked!"
Berlin super 8 artist Dagie Brundert is the inaugural Goethe-LIFT Filmmaker-in-Residence 2012 and will guest photo blog here over the month of May.
Festival news & reviews, insights & updates, background & interviews.
The latest on German film in Canada, Germany & beyond.
Highlighting the impressive international presence of German directors & productions.
Announcing our series & screenings and those of our major industry partners. For film experts & fans of German film.
You will hear from us from around the world of film. Our blogger Jutta Brendemühl is the Goethe-Institut Toronto's Program Coordinator and happy to hear from you.
Jutta is lucky to love what she does: arts & cultural programming across the genres & through a global lens. Over the past 15 years, she has worked with Bernardo Bertolucci, Robert Rauschenberg, Wim Wenders, Pina Bausch, and other luminaries. She has an M.A. in English Literature.