FLUX Moving Image Platform was initiated in 2019 by Nicola Josse, Project & Production manager at Film Oxford, as a way to bring together artists from diverse disciplines to create new moving image artwork while offering working placements to young creatives. FLUX is supported by Film Oxford and Arts Council England.
This year, as our physical programme is on standby, we invite the videomaking art community to submit their own moving image films for our online festival to screen throughout August 2020 with Q+A events with artists & filmmakers.
HOW TO APPLY
You can apply if…
… you describe your work as: non-narrative / experimental / artist film / video art / poetry / dance
… your work is under 10 minutes long.
...your work has been created between January 2018-July 2020.
… all music used is copyright free
Please supply a link to your film online by 4pm Friday 24th July 2020 (send to firstname.lastname@example.org with a short statement describing your work).
Successful applicants will be notified by Friday 31st July 2020. You will then be asked to supply an HD MP4 of your work via WeTransfer by Wednesday 29th July, along with a full list of credits.
By application and submission to the FLUX festival you agree that your film may be screened online by Film Oxford via our FLUX Vimeo channel.
Best wishes, and we look forward to seeing some interesting creative work to keep us all entertained!
FLUX – THE STORY SO FAR…
In 2019, we ran our pilot programme with dancer Anna Watkins, film artist Nicola Josse and sound artist Nicholas O’Brien and created Mortelle, a short dance film that has screened at Leeds and Reading music festivals, Modern Art Oxford, outdoor cinema screenings across Oxford, and Oxford International Short Film Festival. The work was created over a two-week residency and engaged 11 young creatives in roles such as camera & lighting assistants, social media managers, production designers and photographers.
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