The leading makers of artists’ moving image

Project

Curatorial Practice Award

A new opportunity, intended to enable people from low-income backgrounds to pursue curatorial careers in the arts. Join FVU as a guest curator, working to develop and realise a project in the field of artists’ moving image.

Project

Michael O'Pray Prize 2018

Returning for a second year, seeking new writers to enliven and popularise the discussion of artists’ film and video.

About

Film and Video Umbrella makes moving-image works by artists. For three decades FVU has led the way in championing new creative talent and promoting innovative ideas. During that time we have commissioned many of the foremost figures in the field, working in close collaboration with a diverse range of venues, nationally and internationally. Browse our project page to find out more and view clips of the works.  

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