Fundada Artists’ Film Festival is a contemporary film and video event run by artists intending to showcase the best in contemporary screen-based art from across the globe. Fundada believes that art should be fun and inclusive yet conceptually strong and critically engaged. The film festival is comprised of selected short films from an international open call and curated by artists Alice Bradshaw and Nancy Porter.

Open Call for Submissions
2012 to be announced shortly.

Thursday, 28 July 2011

FAFF 2011 Success!

Fundada had a full house at Westgate Studios last night and received some lovely feedback.

"..a great mix of quality short art films ranging from narrative pieces to more abstract works. Films with humour and some with a more serious edge. All wonderfully unpredictable." - BLPT

"[Sparrow+Castice Do Wakefield] was hilarious but moving as there was an implied abstract narrative."

"I think we should guard against making video films that copy the techniques used in television!"

"I liked that you could follow the story even though it was in a foreign language and the colours were so rich."

[On Women In Sheds] "I have an enduring love of sheds. An affinity. Faffing around. Escapism. Sanctuary. Bloody Lovely."

"Thank you!"

We also asked our audience to vote for their favourite film of the festival and will be announcing the FAFFTA award winner shortly!

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