Monday, 19 December 2011

BFI Film Classic competition

Next year we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the BFI Film Classics series, which introduces, interprets and celebrates landmarks of world cinema. 

To mark this anniversary, we are publishing special editions of 12 BFI Film Classics in August 2012, with individual covers designed by artists whose work we admire. We are thrilled to be launching a competition, in association with Creative Review, open to students at UK art schools and colleges to create an original artwork for the cover of Mark Sanderson’s BFI Film Classic on Nicolas Roeg’s seminal film Don't Look Now. Students are encouraged to interpret the themes, characters, locations or motifs of the film to create an original artwork in any medium, in one, two or full colour. 

The judging panel are looking for an emerging talent who best interprets the film to produce an original artwork that will feature on the anniversary edition of the book and in our high-profile publicity campaign for the series anniversary. The competition is being organised in association with Creative Review, who will take part in the judging process and, as part of the prize, will offer a 1 year subscription to the magazine as well as feature coverage on their website.

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