The onedotzero_adventures in motion festival, celebrating its 15th year, will be held throughout November 23 – 27 at BFI Southbank.

The festival, which has previously championed then-unknown artists Spike Jonze and Chris Cunningham, is hosted by onedotzero – a moving image and arts organization geared toward commissioning, promoting and showcasing innovative moving image projects.

The programme will explore conceptual themes in film including modes of presentation such as 3D and interactive installations. This will involve a special focus on the projection-mapping trend, which involves 3D displays projected onto buildings in various locations.

Highlights include Sufferrosa, an acclaimed interactive web-based film, which will be edited before the audience in real time by David Marcinkowski, the director and author.

Sound and vision is to be another point of convergence in the festival program. This will involve events ranging from an exhibition of new talent in music videos to a premiere screening of feature documentary The Spirit of Apollo, following musicians N.A.S.A (North America/South America) in the making of their debut album.

Audiences will also be invited to take part in panel discussions on new issues in the visual arts along with expert-led workshops in areas such as Processing.