BFMAF – Fact or Fiction

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Davies, Huw and Taylor, Peter 2015. BFMAF – Fact or Fiction. Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.
AuthorsDavies, Huw and Taylor, Peter
Abstract

The 11th edition of the Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival (BFMAF), ‘Fact or Fiction’ (September 2015) questioned the ambiguous relationships between fact and fantasy, documentary and narrative and reality and myth. The research contribution of Davies relates to the curation of the Artists’ Trail / Installations; a promenade exhibition of artists’ film and video contextualised by publication which links together a number of different site-specific architectural locations within the Elizabethan Ramparts. The 2015 edition featured the work of 40 artists and filmmakers from 20 different countries and included 12 UK premiers and 4 specifically commissioned works. The commissions (selected from an international call) provide the opportunity for the creation of original new works as a response to the Festival theme and environmental location. The audience attendance was 8910

KeywordsMultimedia; Exhibition
Year2015
PublisherBerwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/619743
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Publication datesSep 2015
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ISBN9780955120374
ContributorsUniversity of Derby
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