FLAMIN Fellowship - applications open

Deadline Monday 25 September 2017

Film London, Arts Council England and The Fenton Arts Trust present the FLAMIN Fellowship, a major new development scheme for England’s early career artist filmmakers. The Fellowship aims to support the most exciting, innovative and challenging moving image practices from film makers at the start of their careers, with development, seed production finance and bespoke mentoring opportunities. In 2017/18 the FLAMIN Fellowship will support six artists who are at the early stages of their career, and who each have live projects that they would like to develop.

The programme will offer each artist: 

  • A programme of workshops covering key areas around sustaining artistic practice, addressing the particular context of the moving image as a medium.

  • Mentoring sessions with an experienced production advisor.

  • Seed production finance of £2,500 for a specific project.

  • Introduction to different production models.

  • Promotion through representation in a touring screening programme, online profile and work-in-progress screenings presented to curators and potential future supporters.

  • The benefits of being embedded in a peer group.

Key criteria:

  • Applicants must have a track record of working with moving image, and whose moving image work has been shown in an art world context previously.

  • Applicants have an innovative proposal for a new piece of moving image work, at concept stage, or in development.

  • Applicants must have an English address.

  • If applicants have completed undergraduate education, they must have graduated between two and seven years ago and must not be a student currently. Applicants do not have to have completed higher education to be eligible for the course.

  • Any approach to the moving image is welcomed, we are looking for artists who are committed to experimenting with the medium, with an innovative practice.

The deadline for applications is 5pm on 25 September 2017. Information on Criteria and How to Apply to the scheme can be found at http://flamin.filmlondon.org.uk/projects/flamin-fellowship

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