Artists' Television Access

SELECTED III: presented by Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) and videoclub

Friday, April 25, 2014, 8:00 pm, $7-$10

Video clubSelected 3

Chosen by the artists shortlisted for The Film London Jarman Award 2012, Selected brings together some of the best emerging film and video artists from the UK in a diverse program of new artists’ moving image.

Shortlisted artists for the 2012 Film London Jarman Award – Brad Butler & Karen Mirza; Aura Satz; Ben Rivers; Benedict Drew; James Richards; Shezad Dawood; Nathaniel Mellors; Matt Stokes; Marcus Coates and Jon Thomson & Alison Craighead – have selected work by up-and-coming, fresh filmmaking talent, to develop an invigorating new program of work.

Artists in the Selected 3 program include: Emma Alonze, Sophie Beresford, Nicholas Brooks, Mat Fleming, Piotr Krzymowski, Naheed Raza, Frances Scott, Daniel Shanken, Cheryl Simmons and Edward Thomasson.

Selected will be introduced by Jamie Wyld, director of videoclub (UK), and co-curator of the programme.

Selected has been produced in partnership with videoclub and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN).

videoclub: videoclub produces development and exhibition opportunities for artists working with film, video and digital practices; providing opportunities for the public to see, experience and engage in discourse about artists’ work. videoclub works internationally to produce touring projects, to showcase emerging artist filmmaking talent to audiences.

www.videoclub.org.uk

Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network: Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) supports London-based artists working in moving image, working in partnership to deliver a comprehensive program including production award schemes, regular screenings, talks and events, as well as the prestigious annual Film London Jarman Award. The Jarman Award honours the legacy of avant-garde filmmaker Derek Jarman. It recognises and rewards the exceptional creativity of today’s UK artist filmmakers whose work, like Jarman’s, resists conventional definition.

www.filmlondon.org.uk/flamin


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