Distribution News July 2024

June 21, 2024
a crowd of young black school girls, some wearing hijabs

New Artist

We welcome new artist Michelle Williams Gamaker to the LUX collection. Click here to learn more about this artist and their works.

Read Gabe Beckhurst Feijoo’s New Artist Focus Essay on Michelle Williams Gamaker’s moving image practice. 

Featured Festival

CURTAS Vila do Conde, the international film festival dedicated to cinema, returns to the city Vila do Conde between the dates 12 – 21 July. Presenting a diverse program that will cross cinema, music and visual arts, which once again has the Municipal Theater of Vila do Conde, the Municipal Auditorium and the Solar – Cinematic Art Gallery as its central spaces.

There will be a special program with Morgan Quaintance that includes his films, a carte blanche of works that inspire his practice and an exhibition with new works

Here is the list of LUX works included in the programme:

Efforts of Nature
Surviving You, Always
Sixth Form Acid
Early Years
Missing Time
New Covenant
All Divided Selves

Other festivals featuring LUX works:

The Last Angel of History by John Akomfrah at UNHEARD sound and music festival Kowloon, Hong Kong 20 July

Arctic Garden by Ellie Kyungran Heo at Experimental Film & Video Festival EXiS Seoul, South Korea 18-25 July 2024 


New Works


Explore the LUX Collection here.

If you are interested in hiring these works, take a look at our ‘How To Order’ page.

If you have any questions, contact our Distribution team at [email protected].


Now Showing

A list of screenings featuring LUX works showing in the month of July:


A List of Exhibitions featuring LUX works opening in the month of July:


LUX Artist News

Congratulations to the LUX artists who have been shortlisted for the 17th edition of the prestigious Film London Jarman Award.

The Film London Jarman Award 2024 shortlisted LUX artists:
Larry Achiampong
Maeve Brennan
Rosalind Nashashibi
Maryam Tafakory

We would also like to extend our congratulations to the other shortlisted artists, Melanie Manchot and Sin Wai Kin.

From dream-like films that follow the nocturnal work of women to work that explores questions around migration, gender, censorship, crime and family relationships, the 2024 Film London Jarman Award showcases an extraordinary diversity of creative approaches to the moving image. Boundaries between reality and fiction, performance and authenticity are blurred, structure and time are collapsed and old and new technologies are mixed.

Learn more about the Jarman Award nominees.


Letter From Dakar Morgan Quaintance

UK, 47 minutes 33 seconds

‘Letter from Dakar’ surveys aspects of the vibrant grass roots arts and culture scene in the Senegalese capital of Dakar, following Senegal’s 2020 election. Highlighting the difference between the openess and innovation of community run spaces versus the staid professionalism of established galleries and museums, the film offers the first critical look at the much touted Museum of Black Civilisations.

Selected by our Distribution Director, Hanan Coumal

‘As the UK general election approaches and results across Europe stir uncertainty, Morgan Quaintance’s Letter From Dakar serves as a poignant reminder that hope and change are nurtured within community spaces and grassroots movements.”




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