Accessed from the Stanley Kubrick Archive by NFM and BALTIC, a selection of important materials relating to the making of 2001: A Space Odyssey feature in BALTIC's current exhibition 'They Used to Call it the Moon'
Film Hubs North, North West Central and Scotland have launched a new annual destination conference, taking place in Newcastle on 01-02 December, and are also now accepting expressions of interest for the This Way Up: Exhibition Innovation Fund worth a total of £50,000
…but few, it seems, play it with the delicate intelligence of Philip Selway, who set aside his Radiohead drumsticks for a solo performance as part of NFM's recent sell-out Sound + Vision showcase event at Berwick Festival
The 10th anniversary Festival has come to a close and now the organisers would like to hear about your experiences
Tyneside Cinema has opened The Gallery – adding a welcome new exhibition space and cinema screen to the region’s burgeoning artist-filmmaking scene
We are delighted to announce that Andy Jones has joined Northern Film & Media as Creative Industries Manager. Andy will be working with us during Roxy Bramley’s maternity leave
CREATEiNNOVATE 2014 is the second edition of Northern Film & Media’s high-level industry mentoring and live project development programme
Leading experimental filmmakers Rammatik have been announced as winners of Northern Film & Media’s national music filmmaking competition Sound + Vision
Ahead of the next call out for Creative England’s iShorts film programme NFM is offering ten North East filmmakers the opportunity to get expert advice on their short script
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’.
Internationally renowned US-based media artist Ben Russell has been selected as the winner of a £5,000 commission to be premiered at the 10th Anniversary edition of the Festival in September 2014