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The first batch of EtP Residency programme commenced on 24th December 2015 and was be completed on 14th January 2016. Five Young South Indian student photographers Lijo Lonappan, Marshall Sebastian, Arjun Ramachandran, Sooryanarayanan Chandrashekaran from St. Joseph’s college of communication, Thrissur and Gautham Ramachandran from SN School of Fine Arts, Hyderabad did their internship with EtP as part of the Residency programme. EtP Residency Programme is led by contemporary Indian photographer and Project 365 Director Abul Kalam Azad. The student photographers did their individual projects on different topics namely: Aadu Jeevitham (Life of shepherds), Thanga Aachari (Gold smith), Architecture around Girivalam and Chaavukottu (Tamil Funeral Drummers). To inculcate the interest of the interns, workshops on analogue photography was done. Contemporary French photographer and Project 365 leading photographer Thierry Cardon, who was visiting Tiruvannamalai during this period did a workshop on cyanotype. Introduction to large format analogue camera was done by Abul Kalam Azad and Thierry.
On 26/12/2015 photographers Abul Kalam Azad and Thierry Cardon introduced Large format camera to the resident photographers, followed by a field visit for shooting.
Two days (30, 31st Dec 2015) Cyanotype workshop was organised at the temporary laboratory set at Ekalokam Trust for Photography premises in Tiruvannamalai. Photographer Thierry Cardon, Resource person, EtP led this workshop.
Introduction to analogue photography was done on 3rd and 4th January 2016 as part of the Residency programme. and images show the participating photographers exploring analogue photography.
As part of the residency programme, Indian and International film screenings were organised at Ekalokam Trust for Photography office. During the first movie week ( 22nd Dec to 28th Dec 2015) Agraharathil Kazhuthai by John Abraham, A Separation by Asghar Farhadi, Duvidha by Mani Kaul, La Dolca Vita by Federica Fellini, Rashamon by Akria Kurosawa and Thampu by Aravindan G were screened. During the second movie week (1st Jan 2016 to 5th Jan 2016) Krzysztof Kieślowski’s most famous television series Dekalog 1 to 10 were screened.