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1070 Brussels, Belgium

On & For

Nyon (CH)

Doc & Art: Artists’ Work Sessions
As part of the Doc & Art programme developed by Visions du Réel, in collaboration with On & For Production and Distribution, the Artists’ Work Sessions provide a platform for artists to share projects in development with a small group of invited professionals in order to receive conceptual and strategic feedback and to connect with prospective co-producers. The sessions are conceived as an adaptation from cinema industry models in response to the specific demands of the contemporary art context.
Projects: The City by Rossella Biscotti and To a God Unknown by Margaret Salmon

Doc & Art: Roundtable discussion: production of artists’ moving image projects
The roundtable offers an exchange of experiences on the differences and similarities between production and distribution in the fields of artists’ moving image and cinema, and educational or institutional contexts. Four producers will contribute to a broader understanding of the way artists’ moving image is produced. What are the institutions and potential partners to collaborate with throughout the whole process? How to combine funding and distribution opportunities from both the film industry and the contemporary art scene?
Moderator: Adam Pugh, Tyneside Cinema, UK
Speakers: Corinne Castel, Producer, Les Volcans, FR; Marie Logie, Director and Producer, Auguste Orts, BE; Dominic Paterson, Curator of Contemporary Art, The Hunterian, University of Glasgow, UK; Katrien Reist, Independent Producer and Curator, arp:, Brussels, BE

On & For Production and Distribution is a European cooperative project initiated by Auguste Orts (BE) in collaboration with Kaunas International Film Festival (LT), LUX/LUX Scotland and Nordland Kunst- og Filmskole (NO). With the support of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Kindly supported and hosted by Visions du Réel, Nyon.