Lighthouse is a leading arts agency in South East England supporting, commissioning and showcasing new work by digital artists and filmmakers. As well as being a vibrant venue for events in Brighton, Lighthouse supports artists and filmmakers by offering opportunities for development through commissions and mentoring programmes. Lighthouse advocates for moving image, media arts and the new forms of practice made possible by digital technologies. It has an ongoing exhibitions programme and also runs regular events for digital and moving image artists and filmmakers.
Corporation Pop is a design and communications agency offering a range of online and offline services, with specialist expertise in online games and multi-user 3D environments. Their clients include EMI, Channel 4, Asda, Warner Music, The Cream Group and a number of Universities. Corporation Pop are based in Manchester.
Screen Archive South East is a public sector moving image archive serving the South East of England. Established in 1992 at the University of Brighton as the South East Film & Video Archive, the function of this regional screen archive is to locate, collect, preserve, provide access to and promote screen material related to the South East and of general relevance to screen history.
The Mass Observation Archive is a unique internationally renowned institution based at the University of Sussex, which holds all the papers generated by 1930s’ social research organisation Mass Observation. Mass Observation carried out a wide range of studies of everyday life in Britain between 1937 and the 1950s, and is especially rich in material relating to life on the Home Front during the World War Two. The material includes diaries, letters, photographs, accounts and artefacts. Since 1981 it has continued to work with researchers and University teachers to document and explore everyday life and opinion in contemporary Britain.
Annis Joslin is an artist and filmmaker making single screen films, video-led installations, documentaries, projection work for dance, theatre and opera as well as text- based work and photography. Many of her projects are collaborative or socially engaged and she has worked in the widest of learning settings from primary schools, to museums, galleries and prisons. She makes work for the auditorium, and gallery space as well as for non-gallery sites and situations and has exhibited both nationally and internationally.
This project has been enabled by Screen South and the UK Film Council's Digital Film Archive Fund supported by the National Lottery