Now in its third year, Film London’s Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) is investing £145,000 of production funding in four new moving image projects from London-based artists.
The projects are:
The Toxic Camera directed by Turner prize nominees Jane & Louise Wilson
Janbar directed by Zarina Bhimji,
Wine & Spirits directed by Rachel Reupke,
The Chimera of M directed by Sebastian Buerkner
The four new projects have been commissioned through FLAMIN Productions, a production fund which provides artists with the opportunity to produce ambitious and original moving image works.Supported by Arts Council England, the scheme also provides development funding and bespoke training and mentoring.
The fourth round of FLAMIN Productions funding will open for applications in early Autumn 2012.
Films to come out of the scheme to date include Ben Rivers Two Years At Sea which was released theatrically in the UK by Soda and Elizabeth Price’s West Hinder, which premiered at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.