Previously at the ICA - Events
27 May 2016
This events feature presentations from key Moving Image organisations FLAMIN, Soda Pictures and Frieze Video, as well as the opportunity to see some of the work they support. With presentations from Amy Sherlock, Assistant Editor, frieze; Eve Gabereau, Director SODA Film & Art; and Rose Cupit, Senior FLAMIN Manager.
Frieze Video Page and Screen is an initiative from frieze video, supported by Arts Council England, exploring the relationship between art writing and the moving image. It offers emerging art critics a first chance to write for the screen. Since launching in 2012 frieze video, lead by the frieze magazine team, has produced over 40 videos showcasing the best in art and exhibitions from around the globe, often tied to published features. The magazine was founded in 1991 and is now the leading magazine of contemporary art and culture, coming out eight times a year with a range of essays, reviews and columns from the most forward-thinking writers, artists and curators. All frieze videos, including those in the series Page and Screen, are freely available to watch on the frieze website, Vimeo and YouTube channels.
Soda Pictures is a London-based film company with a library of over 300 titles. They have a speciality label called Soda Film + Art (SoFA), which operates within the nexus of film and art by focussing on films about the visual arts and/or by visual artists. SoFA was set up as a response to the ever growing creation of work in this field. Soda Pictures offers production and distribution services, as well as the possibility of liaising with artists, galleries, institutions, publishers, digital partners in order to develop awareness and build audiences. Recent films they have distributed include Guy Maddin's The Forbidden Room, Andrew Kötting’s By Our Selves and Grant Gee’s Innocence of Memories based on Orhan Pamuk’s novel and they have been involved on both the production and distribution sides of Omer Fast’s Remainder and Mark Lewis’s Invention.
The Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) supports London-based artists working in moving image - whether film, video, digital or new technologies and for installation, animation, cinema, gallery exhibition, the public realm or broadcast. The Network helps artists engage with and benefit from the wide range of services, resources and opportunities that the capital has to offer. It works in partnership with other organisations to offer online resources, funding, events, seminars, advice service, and research and development opportunities.
Get 20% off ticket prices when you purchase tickets for four or more events using the multi-buy. In order to access this discount when booking 4 or more tickets for the same event please enter discount code AFB20 at checkout.
The ICA Artists’ Film Biennial 2016 is a four-day celebration of artists’ film and moving image. The Biennial’s comprehensive series of screenings and talks extends the ICA’s Artists’ Film Club, our regular programme of artists’ film, which profiles and debates the best international artists’ moving image.
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