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  • BFMAF - Call for Entries - Last Chance!

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    There are only 2 days left to submit your film for BFMAF 2019!

    Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival is the UK's Festival for New Cinema and Artists' Moving Image.
    Based in England’s most northerly town, BFMAF is a dynamic forum where fresh artistic voices develop and audiences hungry for complex and challenging art are nurtured.

    Entries will be considered for all areas of the programme including:

    • Cinema screenings - all lengths and formats
    • Moving image based installations & performance works

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  • Richard H. Alpert's "AVE variation #7"

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    The new video by Richard H. Alpert titled "AVE variation #7" will be included in the 2019 Rome Film Awards and The Austria International Film Festival.

    It will also be screened in the following film festivals in 2019:

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  • Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival - Call for Entries - 3 weeks left

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    Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival would love to see your work!

    BFMAF is one of the UK’s leading festivals for new cinema and artists’ moving image.

    Increasingly recognised for its innovative programme and critical engagement, The Festival presents artists’ and filmmakers’ work in the cinema as well as expanded formats of exhibition and performance.

    Based in England’s most northerly town, BFMAF is a dynamic forum where fresh artistic voices develop and audiences hungry for complex and challenging art are nurtured.

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  • Call for Entries BFMAF - Last month!

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    The UK's Festival for New Cinema and Artists' Moving Image would love to see your work!
    Entries will be considered for all areas of the programme including:

    Cinema Screenings all lengths and formats,
    Installation & Performance based works

    Deadline: 5 April

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  • Cinematic Projections Beyond the Dance Floor: An Interview with Sonya Stefan

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    Sonya Stefan is a media artist who uses glitchy electronics, Hi-8 video, and 16mm film to create multimedia performances. Her work often transforms the damaged and discarded – from broken mixers and cracked LCD screens to a collection of found, disintegrating films – into contemporary media works. Many of her projects are collaborative and involve pillaging garbage bags full of abandoned 35mm film which she freely distributes to other local artists to work with.

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