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We are delighted to announce that Project Art Works films ‘Illuminating the Wilderness’, ‘The Mask’, ‘Tesselate’ and ‘No Church in the Wild’ have been shortlisted for 2020 Film London Jarman Award.

Project Art Works Shortlisted Artist Profile – Film London Jarman Award 2020 from Film London on Vimeo.

The prestigious award and £10,000 prize celebrates the pioneering work of the UK’s foremost artist filmmakers. Alongside Project Art Works, other artists selected for shortlist this year are:

  • Michelle Williams Gamaker
  • Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings
  • Jenn Nkiru
  • Larissa Sansour
  • Andrea Luka Zimmerman

The winner of the prize will be announced on 24 November. The work of the shortlisted artists is available to view through the Whitechapel Gallery website. Download the Press Release here.

Tour Dates.
The work will be shown through the websites of seven major arts venues in Belfast, Nottingham, Bristol, Eastbourne, London, Cardiff and Glasgow.
Please find more details and further announcements on the Film London Jarman Award 2020 tour page

NEXT SHOWING – The MAC Belfast – 19th November. Watch here.

WATCH AGAIN  – If you missed the Q&A with Joe Hill (Director at Towner) in conversation with  Kate Adams and Tim Corrigan, you can watch it again here.

WATCH AGAIN – Catch up with selected presentation from Film London Jarman Award Weekend – hosted by Whitechapel Gallery here.


Please find Project Art Works and other shortlisted artists featured in The Guardian in articles on the award and recent tour announcements.

The Guardian – Jarman Shortlist.

The Guardian – Jarman Feature Article.

Illuminating the Wilderness, Glen Affric, Scotland, 2018.

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