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Lights, Camera…Paint 2024 Call Out - Artists Brief

Updated: May 24


An artist's call out to submit movie themed art work for an art trail in Worcester City Centre
Lights, Camera...Paint 24, Movie Mashup - An art competition

The Brief: Worcester Film Festival x Artists Clubhouse film themed art trail is back, and this year, we want to see your movie mashups!


‘Lights, Camera…Paint’ is an art competition, open to all artistic levels, to create a piece of artwork that is inspired by your favourite film/TV. This year we are introducing the theme ‘Movie Mashups’, so get creative and lets see which worlds collide, characters meet or stories intertwine!

All artwork should be designed square and once selected will be placed in to a movie poster style template, created by Artists Clubhouse and Worcester Film Festival.


20 selected entrants will be chosen to have their artwork displayed in shop windows across the city centre of Worcester in the month run up and during the Film Festival (25th-28th September), along with 5 posters created by local charities/organisations and/or artists that practise with sustainable materials. If you are an artist who works with sustainable materials please let us know in your application.


3 Artists will be shortlisted and receive full access passes to the Film Festival (excluding the Gala) alongside other great prizes (to be announced)! A winner will then be selected from the 3 to be presented with a certificate and prize at the launch event.


All selected work will also be exhibited at the launch event for the festival giving all parties including local organisations, funders and the press a chance to get an up close look.


The winners will be chosen by members of the Worcester Film Festival committee along side Artists Clubhouse after the closing date. All chosen artwork will get featured on Artists Clubhouse social media pages and website.


You can find out more about the film festival at www.worcesterfilmfestival.co.uk


Local cafe, Spin The Black Circle showcasing two of our movie inspired posters in the window as part of the 2023 art trail.
Two of last year's posters displays in a local business window.

Eligibility: Priority will be given to Worcestershire artists but we welcome artists from other parts of the UK to apply.


How to Enter:

  • Read the submission info and artwork criteria below for entry details.

  • Read the Terms & Conditions.

  • Please submit your entry form HERE and then send your artwork to emily@artistsclubhouse.com by 8pm on July 19th 2024. Feel free to contact us if you need any help or advice before hand.


Submission Info:

  • Submissions need to be in digital format.

  • Please do not add a border or any text on to the image as the art work will be set in to a poster format created by us.

  • If your artwork is not digital originally then it will need to be scanned or photographed at a high resolution setting such as 600 dpi or above.

  • Please send via WeTransfer or a similar application to avoid the image resolution being effected.

  •  The submission form will ask you for:


- Your name.

- If your artwork is created sustainably/using sustainable (environmentally friendly) products or processes.

- The title of your piece (Be creative! This should be an original title you have given to your art, not the actual film/s title)

- A short description of you as an artist, what film/TV it is inspired by and why.

- Social media handles (if possible).

- Website link (if possible).


Find the submission form HERE


  • All ages are welcome to submit for this competition but please be aware that not all events or films shown at the festival will be appropriate for children. 


Artwork Info For Entry:


  • Artwork must be inspired by your chosen films/TV shows and incorporate some kind of mashup (by mashup we mean the use of one or more films or tv shows mixed together to create an original art piece).

  • The artwork submitted must be two dimensional but can be created in any medium.

  • The final art piece that you submit does not need to look like the original film, it can be a mix of art styles, a surreal take or even inspired by a feel or location. Don’t be afraid to experiment.

  • Your artwork needs to be a SQUARE design.

  • We want to be able to show all artwork selected so make sure the final piece is PG friendly as it will be seen by people of all ages, the film/TV shows that inspire your work however, do not need to be PG.


Key Dates:

  • Open for submissions - Friday 17th May

  • Closing for submissions - Friday 19th July at 8pm

  • Notification Date - Monday 5th August

  • Lights, Camera…Paint Art Trail launch - Saturday 24th August

  • Worcester Film Festival Launch Event & Exhibition - Wednesday 25th September

  • Worcester Film Festival - Wednesday 25th September - Saturday 28th September

  • Art Trail taken down - Monday 30th September


Use of Photos: By entering this competition it will be agreed that any photos of works exhibited may be used for promotional purposes.


Copyright: The copyright of work remains the property of the artist. Any enquiries relating to copyright will be passed on to the artist.


Help Us Promote The Trail: Digital promotions will be sent to all selected artists to use on their social media and forward to anyone who may be interested in the art trail.


Terms & Conditions:

  • The artwork set in the poster format will not be yours to sell, Artists Clubhouse will contact you for permissions and agreements if they decide to sell as part of the festival.

  • You, the artist hold all rights to the original piece of artwork. All enquiries about the original artwork will be forwarded to the artist.

  • Please do not try and send any original of the artwork created, we cannot take responsibility for this.

  • By entering, you give permission for your artwork to be shown through social media/websites and to be displayed in Worcester city centre by both Artists Clubhouse and Worcester Film Festival.

  • There is no funding for creating artwork for this competition so please do not spend large amounts of money on any work created unless that is something you want to do for yourself.

  • Prizes are not transferable and have no cash exchange value. 

  • The printed posters used in the trail will have been paid for through funding sources and are therefore the property of Worcester Film Festival and Artists Clubhouse and will be recycled after the event.

  • The printed posters used in the launch event exhibition will have been paid for through funding sources and are therefore the property of Worcester Film Festival and Artists Clubhouse.

  • Artists may submit up to two entries, any entries submitted above this will not be counted.


PLEASE NOTE:

  • Sometimes venues who host the artwork for the trail ask to keep the work, please let us know if you do not wish this to happen and we will make sure that all copies are collected and recycled at the end of the event.


We can't wait to see what you come up with this year and are so excited to showcase your work whether you are a full time artists, a hobbyist or an occasional creator!


Emily x


Last year's winning art work by Parth Trivedi features Batman overlooking some of Worcesters key landmarks.
Worcester's Watchful Protector by Parth Trivedi

Last year's winning artwork was by Worcester resident Parth Trivedi (@designs.by.parth) who imaged Batman looking after the city from above some of our local landmarks.

Last year's Worcester Film Festival Gala event.
Worcester Film Festival Founder, Hendrik Harms presents winning artist Parth Trivedi a certificate at last year's gala event.

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