Peninsula Arts Film Commission

Website: http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/your-university/peninsula-arts/peninsula-arts-film-commission

Peninsula Arts commissions new work from filmmakers and visual artists annually in support of working and emerging artists. The commission for 2017 will offer two distinct prizes for filmmakers and curators: the Peninsula Arts Film Commission Prize of £3,500 and the Peninsula Arts Film Development Prize of £1,500. Filmmakers and curators will be expected to create new work, which will either wholly or in part, use archive material from the South West Film and Television Archive (SWFTA) to reflect on the experience of living in the South West. The Development prize is open to artists/filmmakers and curators living and working in the South West. The theme of this year’s film commission is Visions of History.

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Expires: November 27, 2016


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