The leading makers of artists’ moving image

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Mikhail Karikis, No Ordinary Protest

Sound, performance and unscripted debates evoke the irresistible power of collective action.

Now showing at Whitechapel Gallery, London, until 6 January 2019

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Marianna Simnett, Blood In My Milk

A new five-channel video installation featuring never before shown material.

Now showing at New Museum, New York, until 6 January 2019

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Imran Perretta, 15 days

Imran Perretta's stark account of refugees on the border of northern France is now showing in Colchester.

Art Exchange, University of Essex, until 3 November 2018

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Our Exhibitions

This map details the venues that we have worked with over our three decade history, with each pin listing the specific exhibitions shown at each venue.

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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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Wind, Rewind: Women Behind the Lens

An evening exploring women’s influence on the development of moving image, with a focus on film and performance artist Tina Keane. The evening will begin with a screening of Keane's works Hey Mack (1982) and Deviant Beauty (1996), followed by a discussion led by the Queen Mary University of London film department.

Bow Arts, London, 24 October 2018, 7pm

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Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler | The Scar

A three-chapter narrative, presented as an immersive five-screen installation, deconstructs urgent questions around our relationship to state power, patriarchy and corruption.

Delfina Foundation, London, 27 September - 1 December 2018

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Strange Days: Memories of the Future

The latest collection of contemporary works to inhabit 180 The Strand are 'dreamlike compositions' that consider how images shape our memories or anticipate our visions of the future. Expect plenty of moving image and bold installations throughout the building's vast network of spaces.

180 The Strand, London, 2 October - 9 December 2018

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