Tenderflix 2017

Tenderflix 2017

Screening at Royal College of Art, Battersea, London.

International Film and Video Competition.

14 November 2017

This event is free, but booking is recommended.

Congratulations to Max Colson and Mati Jhurry, the winners of Tenderflix 2017.

Tenderflix is an international experimental film and video competition organised by Tenderpixel. In its 10th year in 2017, we received over 500 submissions for the theme, Daydreaming.

The shortlisted 13 films were screened on 14 November 2017 at Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre, Royal College of Art, London.

Shortlisted Films

Pamela Breda, Voyage Au Bout Des Choses, 6’58’’

Ananda Serné, Echoists of the Takase River, 3’16’’

Tom Varley, The Eccentricity of an Ellipse Part One, 8’50’’

Daniel Jacoby, Biwas, 3’25’’

Daria Jelonek, Technological Nature, 3’55’’

Rustan Söderling, Tannhäuser Gate, 9’58’’

Joey Holder, SELACHIMORPHA, 5’01’’

Sara Procter, The Machine of Total Effishency, 6’14’’

Victoria Sin, Part One: She Was More Than the Sum of My Parts, 3’37’’

Calum Bowden, Oxygen of Terror, 10’00’’

Milo Creese, No System Hang, 9’02’’

Mati Jhurry, We Can Escape to the Great Sunshine, 6’27’’

Max Colson, Construction Lines, 7’41” 

The Jury

Sarah Cockings & Harriet Fleuriot, artists, and the winners of the 2016 Tenderflix Prize.

Anne Duffau, producer of A – Z an exploratory curatorial platform; Special Projects Coordinator at the RCA London.

Etan Ilfeld, founder and CEO of Tenderpixel.

Christopher Kline, Berlin-based artist; member of CONGLOMERATE – a collaborative Gesamtkunstwerk presented in the form of a television network

João Laia, writer and curator with a background in social sciences, film theory and contemporary art.