A.R.T. Press primarily publishes books based on artist to artist conversations. The conversation format permits a thorough and at the same time informal investigation of the artists’ practice and the larger social issues that inform it. By virtue...
|Amsterdam University Press||Netherlands|
Angular is an independent and self-financed spanish DVD publisher, dedicated to the dissemination of current international experimental film and artists' video. Each volume will include a printed booklet with analytical texts on the...
|Ann Arbor Film Festival||
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America, established in 1963. Internationally recognized as a premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists, each year's festival...
Our goal is to publish artistic film and print works that have not yet been published.
We are particularly interested in drawing attention to both established and little known artists in dialogue with critical essays that propose cultural...
|Art Canada Institute||Canada|
|Auckland University Press|
|Austrian Film Museum||
The Film Museum is a specific exhibition space (film as a time-based event, the experience of a performative act), a collection site and archive (film as an artefact, as local and global memory), a research and study centre, as well as a place...
|Bard Graduate Center|
|Black Dog Publishing|
|British Film Institute||United Kingdom|
|Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
|Canadian Film Institute||
The CFI's mandate is to encourage and promote the production, diffusion, study, appreciation, and use of moving images for cultural and educational purposes in Canada and abroad. To this end, it organizes ongoing public film programming,...
|Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre|
|Center for Visual Music||
Center for Visual Music (CVM) is a Los Angeles-based archive devoted to visual music, experimental animation and abstract media. CVM's previous DVD releases include Oskar Fischinger: Ten Films and Jordan Belson: 5 Essential Films. CVM's archive...