Whitechapel Gallery, Kai Art Center & Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival presents
Artists’ Film International @Kai
November 21 – 22, 2019 Kai Art Center Peetri 12, Tallinn
Artists’ Moving Image Development Workshop led by Benjamin Cook (LUX)
Benjamin Cook, Director of LUX, leads a two-day workshop for artists seeking to develop new moving image projects. Working together the group will explore conceptualisation and articulation of ideas, written and verbal presentation skills, placing projects and building partnerships, fundraising, exhibition and distribution strategies. The emphasis will be on skills that can be applied within both art and film contexts, including seeking funding, residency and production award applications as well as pitching at development markets, film festivals and other competitive contexts. Working within an informal and mutually supportive small group environment, participants will bring a short project proposal to be workshopped over the two days. This workshop will be the first of four with the following being led by Jacqui Davies, Andrea Luka Zimmerman ja Gareth Evans. The size of the group will be 8 people. 200-word project proposal is necessary for the application. This workshop will take place in English.
Thursday, November 21 from 10-5pm Friday, November 22 from 1–5pm Participation fee 50 euros Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artists’ Film International opening event
November 22 from 6-8pm
Kai Art Center is proud to host Artists’ Film International weekend in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery. Internationally-recognized Artists’ Film International (AFI) was launched in 2008 and is an international collaborative project featuring film, video and animation from around the world. Established by the Whitechapel Gallery (London), Artists Film International includes 19 global partner organizations. The launch event introduces the concept of artists films and focuses on the different practices of working with moving image. Opening event includes two screenings of artists’ films followed by a roundtable discussion.
Artists Film International film program
November 23 at 1pm
Program introduction by curator Emily Butler (Whitechapel). Estonian program curated by Ingel Vaikla (Kai Art Center).