TINY RUINS / 2:54 / ARC IRIS / BERNARD+EDITH
TINY RUINS / 2:54 / ARC IRIS / BERNARD+EDITH
M Ward ends his recent jaunt to Europe with a rare solo performance at Islington Assembly Halls tonight. Expect some treats and new songs… and special guest Alessi’s Ark to boot.
Northern Film & Media (NFM) have joined forces with award winning independent record label Bella Union (Beach House, Fleet Foxes, John Grant) and international arts and film curators Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival to launch a unique £4k commission to make the official music video for world renowned Radiohead drummer and solo recording artist Philip Selway’s new track ‘It Will End in Tears’.
This will be the sixth edition of Northern Film and Media’s flagship music and film project, Sound + Vision, which has previously seen collaborations with artists including SBTRKT and Bill Ryder-Jones. Sound + Vision: Northumberland will encourage creative collaborations through music and film by pairing a recognised UK music artist and a national film maker, working in the visually stunning landscapes of Northumberland.
NFM have teamed up with Selway’s record label Bella Union to provide this rare opportunity to work with one of the UK’s most respected creative artists. Filmmakers will produce a 1-2 min DIY music video or visual show reel inspired by Selway’s current track ‘Coming up for Air’. Five filmmakers will then be shortlisted and interviewed by a panel that will include representatives of NFM and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, as well as Selway himself. One winning filmmaker will be awarded a production budget of £4,000 and will make the official music video for ‘It Will End in Tears’: the second track from Selway’s album ‘Weatherhouse’.
The winning candidate or company will be supplied with a budget of £4,000 to shoot the final music video in Northumberland, as well as being supported to use of crew and other supporting services from Northumberland.
The final film will be premiered at a live showcase event featuring a performance from Selway on Saturday 20th September at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
How to Apply: Applicants must create a 1-2 min DIY music video/ visual showreel based on the track ‘Coming up for Air’, available by contacting email@example.com . Please submit your video and completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tues 22nd July 2014.
Sound + Vision: Northumberland is a national scheme open to filmmakers based within the United Kingdom. Applicants must be over 18 and not in full-time or undergraduate education.
Deadline for submission of ideas is noon on 22nd July 2014.
Ideas will be shortlisted by Northern Film & Media, Philip Selway and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.
If your music video is selected you will need to have a rough budget in place for the final video. The budget for the video is up to £4,000.
The final music video must be produced within Northumberland and utilize regional crew and services.
To find out more click here
Sound + Vision is an initiative delivered by Northern Film & Media in partnership with Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival and Bella Union and funded by Northumberland County Council.
MONEY – The Darkness Beckons – A short film
We’re looking for contributions from creatures of the night, dreamers, insomniacs and the odd nyctophobic sufferer (fear of the night) to detail their unique relationship with the night time for us. We’ll be asking questions about everything from how they sleep through to what they dream about and everything in between. They must be comfortable in front of camera and articulate. Each interview will last no more than 15-20 mins and refreshments will be provided.
We’re looking for women & men aged between 18-65 years old!
Must be available this Thursday 1oth July, shooting in West London (Queens Park area). Please email: email@example.com
As America prepares for its annual 4th of July celebrations, MARISSA NADLER has unveiled a timely video for “Firecrackers,” one of the highlights from her recent album July.
An eerie old-timey ballad that casts the fall-out from a 4th July breakup, the haunting video is directed by Ryan Hamilton Walsh and features Nadler moving backwards through various activities including guitar-smashing and water-splashing. Of the video Nadler says, “We must have broken every glass in my apartment making this video. A lot of things don’t break when you throw them. In all seriousness, the backwards footage seems to act as a visual replay to the memories that construct the song. This song is entirely autobiographical so it felt fitting to have a lo-fi home footage feel to the video rather than some big budget, slick production.”
Saturday 30 August – LARMER TREE GARDENS – End Of The Road Festival
Sunday 31 August – BIRMINGHAM – Moseley Folk Festival
Monday 1 September – LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club
Tuesday 2nd September – LONDON – Dingwalls
Wednesday 3rd September – MANCHESTER – Soup Kitchen
Thursday 4th September – GLASGOW – Broadcast
Friday 5th September – DUBLIN – Button Factory