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The Lomographic Society has announced the LomoKino Mubi Edition, the first special edition of the LomoKino Movie Maker, which allows users to capture experimental “Lomographic” movies on 35mm film. Every LomoKino MUBI Edition package comes with a scene of “Ashes”, a LomoMovie made by one of the world’s greatest filmmaking talents Apichatpong Weerasethakul whose film “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives” won the Palme D’Or in 2010. You will find a part of his LomoMovie spooled into the LomoKino Scope viewer.
Lomography Press Release
The Lomographic Society Proudly Presents
THE LOMOKINO MUBI EDITION
Free Inspiration: Every camera comes with a LomoKino Movie by Palme D’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul and a free one month MUBI subscription
Cinematic Collaboration: Celebrate with us the release the very first clone of the LomoKino – the first analogue Movie Maker using 35 mm film
Meet’n’Greet: Take part in our big launch event in Cannes on May 19 and screenings of Apichatpong Weerasethakul movie in Gallery Stores worldwide on May 24!
How cool would it be to call a slice of a LomoMovie made a by a world famous director your own? We made this happen! Every LomoKino MUBI Edition package comes with a scene of “Ashes”, a LomoMovie made by one of the world’s greatest filmmaking talents Apichatpong Weerasethakul whose film “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives” won the Palme D’Or in 2010. You will find a part of his LomoMovie spooled into the LomoKino Scope – ready to be watched and to inspire! But this is not were the cinematic fun ends! With every LomoKino MUBI Edition package you receive a free one month MUBI subscription to stream all their amazing independent, international and classic movies. Apichatpong Weerasethakul `s full LomoMovie will be premiered during this year’s Festival de Cannes at our party hosted by MUBI and then will be screened in Lomography Gallery Stores worldwide on May 24 – so don’t miss it!
If you were one of the lucky visitors of last year’s Festival de Cannes, you might have witnessed the first baby steps of a cinematic collaboration of the analogue kind. After last year’s mutual presentation at Festival de Cannes, MUBI, the online cinema and community for people who love film, teamed up with us to produce the very first clone of the gloriously analogue LomoKino camera. Dressed in plain white with colourful dots, it carries the signature of 2010 Palme D’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul who also added a very special treat for you that will provide you with lots of inspiration to shoot your own LomoMovies. This beautifully designed limited edition is the perfect tool for aspiring filmmakers and movie aficionados alike.
On May 19 analogue film enthusiasts gathered in Cannes to witness the premier of the very first LomoMovie done by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, called “Ashes”. Over twenty minutes of pure analogue art metthe eyes of influential movie critics from all over the world. Apichatpong Weerasethakul was present at the event and introduced the LomoKino MUBI Edition.. Five days later on May 24, we invite movie enthusiasts to the screening of “Ashes” in our Lomography Gallery Stores worldwide to enjoy an evening filled with cinematographic pleasures.
May 24: Lomography Gallery Store Screening
In Gallery Stores all around the world
Film type: all kind of 135 roll film
Exposure area: 24mm x 8.5mm: 144 images/film
Continuous Aperture: f/5.6 - f/11
Hand cranked: approx. 3-4 fps, 36-48 sec. movie per roll
Film counting: volume display
Focusing: (normal) 1m~infinity,(press button for) 0.6m close up
Tripod mount: yes
Retail price: tba
Find out more about the camera: http://www.lomokino.com/mubi
Become a fan of the LomoKIno MUBI Edition on MUBI: mubi.com/LomoKino
Upload your LomoKino footage to MUBI’s Lomo Garage: mubi.com/garage/LomoKino