Painting in Perpetual Motion: Art, Film TV and David Lynch

Painting in Perpetual Motion: Art, Film TV and David Lynch

An intensive year long development programme for female writer-directors based in the UK


US-based media artist Ben Russell has won a Canon Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) for a work commissioned by Northern Film & Media and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.

Distinguished television producer Tom Gutteridge has been appointed Chair of Northern Film & Media Ltd

Six of the UK’s brightest female creative talents have been selected for NFM’s writer-director development scheme RISE, launched to identify and support women filmmakers from across the UK with authentic voices who can challenge audiences

Exploring Lynch's practice and his legacy at the crossing point between art and film, Painting in Perpetual Motion has been developed and produced by Northern Film & Media and mima 

This special screening of Blue Velvet will recreate for one night only the experience of old fashioned movie magic

Friday 6th February, 6.30pm 2015

A day-long workshop exploring practical aspects of filmmaking at the intersection between film and art. Topics addressed will include cinematography, sound design and marketing

Friday 20th February, 10.00am 2015

Conversations is a day of informal and participatory discussions and screenings of illustrative clips exploring film and art in David Lynch’s practice

Saturday 21st February, 10.00am 2015

Featuring a screening of Lynch’s Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992), Lost in the Woods is evening of performance, film and discussion

Thursday 26th February, 6.30pm 2015

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