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Tenderflix 2018
Tenderflix 2018

Tenderflix 2018

Future Responsibilities

Open call video competition in collaboration with the BFI. Prize screening, Tuesday, 6.30pm, 2 October 2018, BFI, London

Tenderflix is an international experimental film and video competition initiated by Tenderpixel Gallery in London. In its 11th year in 2018 it is organised in collaboration with the BFI, London. We were mainly looking for narrative fine art video pieces addressing the theme 'Future Responsibilities', maximum 12mins in length including credits, completed after January 2017. The shortlisted films will be screened on 2nd October 2018 at the BFI, where the winner of the competition will be announced and receive a £1000 prize.


Shortlisted Films:

Milo Creese, Kekuit
Anna Franceschini, What Time is Love?
Agnese Galiotto, Cain’s Portrait
Rowena Harris, A room within which the computer can control the existence of matter
Megan-Leigh Heilig, And I Asked...
Sandra Heremans, La Mazda jaune et Sa Sainteté
Laura Huertas Millán, jeny303
Jeremy Hutchison, Patent application, 2018
Evi Kalogiropoulou, Neighbours
April Lin, The Gaze
Francesco Pedraglio, Scripting Anticlockwise (6 Constellations)
Tanoa Sasraku-Ansah, Whop, Cawbaby


Etan Ilfeld – Founder and CEO of Tenderpixel
Bethan Johnson – Lead Programmer: New Forms, BFI
Andrea Lissoni – Senior Curator, International Art (Film), Tate Modern
Kristina Pulejkova – Art + Technology Programme Manager, SPACE, London
Rehana Zaman – Artist

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