We are excited to announce the 10 finalists for the Future of Moving Image Award. These films will be screened on 6th October at Hackney Picturehouse:
“Brave New Old“, Adam Wells (Animation, 2012, UK)
“Clouds, a Computational Documentary“, James George & Jonathan Minard (Documentary, 2012, USA)
“Gamma“, Factory Fifteen (Short Film, 2011, UK)
“Medium“, Sam Williams & Clayton Welham (Music Video, 2012, UK)
“Not over”, Toru Hayai (Animation, 2012, Japan)
“Robot Readable World“, Timo Arnall (Experimental, 2012, UK)
“Sight“, Eran May Raz & Daniel Lazo (Short Film, 2012, Israel)
“The Natural Order of Things“, Sarah Beeby (Animation, 2011, UK)
“The Pub“, Joseph Pierce (Animation, 2011, UK)
“Videorative Portrait of Randall Okita” Sergio Albiac (Video Art, 2012, Spain)
We would like to thank everyone who submitted to this competition and other programmes, it has been fantastic reading all the applications.
Those in the final will be rated by our excellent panel formed by:
Blake Whitman, VP of Creative Development at Vimeo
Nicolas Schmerkin, Founder of Autour de Minuit
Ingrid Kopp, Editor-in-Chief/Director of Shooting People US, Tribeca Film Institute
Philip Ilson, Director of London Short Film Festival
Chiara Maranon, Content Manager at MUBI
The winners will be announced at the Hackney Picturehouse event on Saturday 6th October from 2pm. If you come to this event you will be able to vote for the audience award.
This award is supported by Autodesk & MUBI and with media partners Little White Lies and Shooting People.
Looking forward to that date, get your tickets here.