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CALL OUT: Artists Film, Video and Expanded Cinema

Nicky Hamlyn performing 'Rings' at the Ramsgate Music Hall, 2015.


Analogue Ensemble are looking for an artist/filmmaker for a slot in their programme ‘Landscape’ on Sunday 27th January 2019 at Ramsgate Music Hall.

The programme features experimental filmmaker Neil Henderson’s landscape films.  These 16mm films are studies of geographical locations around the British coastline. Alongside this we’ll be showing a film by Nancy Holt & Robert Smithson. 

We are looking for work of no more than 20 mins long which can be either single or multiple screen projection and can include an element of live performance.  We are interested in work which disrupts or asks questions about how we look at or think about our Landscape.

Criteria:
  • Duration: 10 secs – 20 minutes
  • Experimental in approach concerning the subject of Landscape including, aesthetics, concept, materiality.
  • The film must be presented live by the maker who is also happy to take part in a post screening Q&A and discuss their work.

There is a fee of £125 which includes a screening fee and participation in the Q&A.  A contribution of up to £35 for travel is also available.

Please submit a link to the film you would like to show, previous work, a short synopsis (150-200 words) and biography (150 words) to: analogueensemble@gmail.com

Deadline: 19th January 2019

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Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Whitstable Biennale and University of Kent.


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