Beth Fox established The BF Artist Film Festival in 2016. The festival programme is chosen via a reoccurring open call ensuring an eclectic selection of films. To celebrate Art Week Exeter the entire back-catalogue of festivals will be screened together for the first time. All 86 artist films will be shown daily at AWEsome Art Space, 27 Paris Street, Exeter from 10-6PM. This event is free and open to all.

Artists: Natalie Anastasiou, David Baumflek, Márcia Beatriz Granero, David Bethell, Hannah Blissett, Guy Bolongaro, Flora Bradwell, Pamela Breda, Becky Brewis, Hazel Brill, Felipe Castelblanco, Nura Catalan, Christian Noelle Charles, Simon Coates, collectif_fact, Phoenix-Blu Coyle, Kristina Cranfeld, Alex Culshaw, Gordon Culshaw, Nina Davies, Chris Paul Daniels, Irineu Destourelles, Mike Ditchburn, Jean-Philippe Dordolo, Alfie Dwyer, Liadain Evans, Charlie Ford,  Simón García-Miñaúr, Warren Garland, Maria de la O Garrido, Rosie Gibbens, Oscar Guermouche, Aksel Haagensen, Samantha Harvey, Max Hollands, Miki Holloway, Sine Icli, IndustialMax Building Supplies, Ryo Ikeshiro, Jim and Sid, Yuxin Jiang, Yva Jung, Maria Kapajeva, Marta Krześlak, Luiza Kurzyna, Ellie Kyungran Heo, Lauren La Rose, Carolyn Lambert, Adrian Lee, Minsun Lee, Jacob Levi, Alastair Levy, Allie Litherland, James Lowne, Electra Lyhne-Gold, Eugene Macki, Steve Maher, Daniel Mahony, Tom Mason, Alex March, Alex McNamee, Sam Meech, Eden Mitsenmacher, Micheál O’Connell a.k.a. Mocksim, George Morris, Rebecca Moss, Tim Neath, Guy Oliver, John O’Hare, Myles Painter, Claude Piguet, Duncan Poulton, Lazeez Raimi, Harriet Rickard, Annelore Schneider, Maxima Smith, Philip Speakman, Jamie Stiby Harris, Jaime Sunwoo, Eleanor Turnbull, Charles Verni, Nadja Voorham, Chen Wang, Ruth Waters, Claire Willberg, Laura Yuile, Gary Zhexi Zhang