From September 2-5 N2M2L will be moving our office to 124 Main Street E (second floor) just down the street from our current location.
During this time we will be unavailable for regular office hours. If you need to get a hold of the Lab please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 705-476-6402 and leave us a message.
We will be reopening for regular hours (10am-5pm) at 124 Main Street East on Monday, September 8th. All are welcome to drop by and see our new digs!
Thanks for your patience.
The 8 Fest seeks your 8mm, Super-8, 9.5mm, or other small gauge film projects – such as loops and installations – for its 2015 installment, set for January 30th to February 1st.
Deadline: September 30, 2014
The Near North Mobile Media Lab will be moving it’s main office as of September 1st, 2014! But don’t worry, we’re not moving very far…
We will be moving from our current location at 141 Main Street W, Apt 2 to the next block up at 124 Main Street E (second floor). Our new location is accessible from Main Street, with our front door directly beside the White Water Gallery!
The new location will feature a self contained editing suite, larger equipment storage closet and a large multi-use space for shows, screenings and workshops.
Please visit us at our new space on September 19th for the Downtown Gallery Hop with an evening screening of work from local emerging filmmaker Sebastien Godin.
Our stop-motion animation kids camp has kicked off for another week!
Due to the workshop, N2M2L office hours will be from 10 am to 3 pm for the duration.
Please feel free to call ahead before your visit to schedule an appointment. Apologies for any inconvenience!
July 18-20th, the Media Lab was on the road again at River & Sky Music Festival, hosting video gaming artists Brendan Lehman and Holly Robin of Sudbury who created the first ever River & Sky: The Game on site at the festival. Working from the trailer and with the assistance of North Bay producer Ben Leggett, the interactive game featured live recorded music from musicians and festival goers visiting the ‘recording patio’.
Video coming soon!