Welcome to Bute Streets
This festival you will be voting for:
- The Audience Choice Award
- Best Artist Award
Please Scroll through this page and pick your favourites.
What has been your favourite feature? One vote can change it all. Please place your votes below
The Last boy
The world at an end, a dying mother sends her young son on a journey to the place that grants wishes. The Last Boy is a Sci-Fi, Fantasy drama inspired by the works of the 13th Century Sufi Mystic and Poet Rumi.
This documentary documents the incredible wildlife who live in this remote part of the world, including silky anteaters, sloths, birds, insects and reptiles. It also explores how the logging industry poses a threat to the future of this amazing ecosystem.
are you proud?
Are You Proud? A thought-provoking piece that documents rare archive footage and interviews across a spectrum of campaigns and current activists celebrating the LGBTQ+ Pride movement’s landmark achievements.
Who will win the Best Artist Award for August 2019? Please place your vote below.
My works are an examination of the relationship between humans and the natural world, and the ways that we actively seek to influence evolution.
I produced these photographs after a friend of mine made a comment about me removing my extensions. The extensions are hanging allowing people to touch my hair. I do wander how many people would actually do it now that I’ve given my full permission to do so. I've tested the theory and found the moment you relinquish people of their power, they lose interest.
Luxi Rong combines simple and unadorned elements in her animation to present not only her personal thoughts, but more importantly the interpretation of life from different generations. She is also fond of using interdisciplinary technologies with traditional animation to achieve a more impressive experience for her audience.
I created art to challenge our perceptions of identity and space through distortion.Working with communities and young people to challenge perceptions. Connecting people to places through visual arts.
"I am a mixed media artist and sculptor and the founder of Black British Visual Artists. My work is inspired by many things; ancestry, emotions, mental health, self acceptance and healing. I love to create artwork that speaks to people on a personal level - each piece has its own journey and story.
Teakster is a multi award-winning artist, who offers a refreshing new take on Islamic art in the 21st century. His work has been featured in publications and exhibitions across the USA, UAE, Europe, and the Far East for over a decade. He has exhibited his work to a diverse range of audience’s, including various world leaders and Middle Eastern royalty.