FLAMIN Newsletter - 7 March 2014
Date posted: 07.03.2014
New Round Opens for Applications
The fifth round of FLAMIN Productions is now open for applications offering development and production support to the capital's artist film-makers for ambitious single-screen works.
Funded by Arts Council England, FLAMIN Productions is a unique production fund, offering awards of between £20,000 and £40,000 for large scale works which represent a major step in an artist's practice.
Launched in 2009 FLAMIN Productions is the only scheme of its kind in the UK, providing artist film-makers with the development and production finance to produce innovative and original moving image works alongside professional development and bespoke mentoring opportunities.
The deadline for applications is 5pm, Tuesday 27 May 2014.
Jarman Award 2014
Film London Launches 7th Edition
Film London is delighted to announce the launch the 2014 Jarman Award, presented in partnership with Channel 4 and in association with the Whitechapel Gallery.
Film London has invited key people in the UK's art world to nominate UK moving image artists as potential recipients of this year's Award, the winner of which will be announced at a special event in Autumn 2014.
Clio Barnard at BFI Southbank
BFI Southbank hosts a series of screenings and events next week focusing on the work of FLAMIN-supported artist film-maker Clio Barnard.
Programmed as part of Film and Video Umbrella's 25 Frames series, screenings will include Barnard's acclaimed The Arbor as well as her most recent film, The Selfish Giant, alongside a talk by Stella Bruzzi.
Lighthouse Studio Residency
Applications are now open for the Lighthouse Studio Residency, offering a series of 3-month residency opportunities based in Brighton starting in summer 2014.
Proposals are welcomed from practitioners working across all aspects of digital culture, including film. The deadline for application is 26 March.
John Akomfrah at Carroll / Fletcher
Carroll / Fletcher's latest exhibition brings together film, performance and sculptural work by Phoebe Boswell, Rashaad Newsome and John Akomfrah, until 10 April.
To coincide with the exhibition Carroll / Fletcher Onscreen will also present a series of Akomfrah's films available to view for free online.