Artists working in Scotland: new opportunity
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The Harrachov Exchange, Matt Hulse, image courtesy of Al Crow

The Harrachov Exchange, Matt Hulse, image by Al Crow

The Scottish Arts Council and Scottish Screen present a major new opportunity for Scotland’s artists working with the moving image.

Two awards of £20,000 each will be made to artists proposing major new pieces of moving image work that are ambitious, fresh and experimental. Representing a significant step in their careers, there will be an emphasis on artists’ work which has the potential to reach audiences via galleries, broadcast or cinemas.

Their previous Film and Video Fund has supported artists such as Luke Fowler, Duncan Campbell, Henry Coombes, Matt Hulse and many others. The films funded under their previous versions of this scheme have gone on to win awards such as the Tiger Award for Short Film at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Baloise Art Prize, the Jarman Award and many more.

The Artists’ Film and Video Fund is administered jointly by the Scottish Arts Council and Scottish Screen. For further information, visit

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