Film London Jarman Award Screening

Image Credit: Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Finding Fanon Part Three (2016-17) Supported by Arts Council England and Wysing Arts Centre. Image courtesy Claire Barrett

Spike Island


Wednesday 17 October 2018
Admission Fee: £5, £3 concessions Free for Spike Associates
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From a sci-fi 3D presentation of the future, to a circus sideshow; from lurid comic-strip style animation to rich 35mm; and from a modernist architectural gem to Grand Theft Auto, these artists employ different tactics to express their engagement with important political topics.
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Touring Programme 2018 includes: 
Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, Finding Fanon Part Three (2017) 
Jasmina Cibic, NADA: Act III (2017) 
Lawrence Lek, Geomancer (2018), Chapters 1 and 2 
Daria Martin, A hunger Artist (2017) 
Hardeep Pandhal, Pool Party Pilot Episode (2018) 
Margaret Salmon, Eglantine (2016) (extract)
About the Jarman Award:
Inspired by visionary filmmaker Derek Jarman, the award recognises and supports artists working with moving image. The selection from this year’s shortlist once again illustrates the spirit of imagination and inventiveness within the medium, with works that explore both new practices in relation to digital image making and fresh approaches to traditional filmmaking. 
The winner of the Jarman Award will be announced in November. The award is presented in association with Channel 4 and the Whitechapel Gallery, with support from Genesis Cinema.

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