FLAMIN Productions Round 9
Part of Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN), FLAMIN Productions is major artists’ film commissioning scheme which aims to support the most exciting, innovative and challenging moving image projects with development, production finance and bespoke mentoring opportunities. FLAMIN Productions will be investing production funding through awards of £30,000 each for up to three projects. London-based mid-career artists working with the moving image are invited to apply for the prestigious funding award. FLAMIN Productions supports mid-career artists who have a track record of working with moving image. Projects will be supported that are at concept stage or in development, demonstrate a shift or step forward in an artist’s practice and stand to benefit from the support that FLAMIN Productions can offer. Successful applicants will be expected to undertake a period of development of up to six months to work up a full budget, schedule, proposal, and address any feasibility and rights issues. FLAMIN will provide each filmmaker with a development bursary of £1,000 during this period and up to four days of mentoring and advice from external mentors. Awardees will have access to the FLAMIN team and other Film London staff for advice and guidance at all stages of development and production.
Expires: December 2, 2019
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