About

Analog Cookbook is a biannual film journal and space for celluloid artists to be fearlessly weird, artistic, and relentless in the pursuit of visual storytelling.

Inspired by the text Recipes for Disaster by Helen Hill, it was created to celebrate artists who work with analog media while providing practical knowledge of celluloid filmmaking.


FAQs

I want to submit to Analog Cookbook! How do I do that?

Look out for a call for entry on Instagram (@analogcookbook) and via our newsletter. You can sign up for our newsletter here. No email submissions accepted--sorry! Look out for our call on how to submit.


What kind of work are you looking for?

Analog work of course! Everything non-digital that has been made in the past 5 years. Essays, thoughts on the analog process, recipes, etc. 


How long does it take for orders to process and ship?

We’ll get your order out as soon as possible! It will take 1-3 business days to ship your order.

-US shipping takes 2-9 days 

-International orders are shipped USPS First Class Mail International.


What’s your return policy?

No returns on books and 14 days on cameras, but if anything crazy happens you can reach out to us at hello@analogcookbook.com.


What’s the deal with cameras?

All cameras are tested and ready to shoot. We only sell workable film cameras that have been lovingly repaired and made functional again. If for any reason you receive a camera that is nonfunctional please let us know ASAP so we can help.


Who are you anyway?


Analog Cookbook was started by Kate E. Hinshaw- a tactile filmmaker and cinematographer who works with digital and film cameras alike. She shoots and destroys 16mm and super 8mm film through bleaching, scratching, and burning the emulsion in order to render internal experience and emotion visible through through color and texture. Her work has screened at Atlanta Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, and several small festivals. She is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Colorado at Boulder where she teaches a hands-on cinematography course.


Read more about the weird shit she does here.