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Luxonline is a website devoted to British film and video artists.

Luxonline is a LUX project and complements the work that LUX does as the national agency for artists' moving image.

This site has been funded by the New Opportunities fund. Luxonline is the single most extensive publicly available resource devoted to British film and video artists. Users can browse video clips, articles, virtual learning tours and a wealth of contextual information.

All information on this website is entirely free and can be accessed worldwide.


Luxonline is for anyone interested in artists film and video. It is also a useful resource for lecturers, curators, researchers and students.

To find what you are looking for, you can do any of the following:
*type in a keyword into the search box that appears on every page in the top and bottom right hand corner
*go to section homepages to find what you are looking for by browsing the available categories

If you are still having problems, let us know.

An RSS feed is a quick way to check up on changes to Luxonline. To view our RSS feed, you will need a piece of software called an RSS reader or "aggregator". Many readers are free to download and use.

1. Download and installl an RSS reader.
2. Copy the URL for the Luxonline RSS feed, which can be found below:

3. Open your RSS reader and click on "subscribe", "new feed" or "add feed" - the command varies between readers.
4. Paste the URL for the Luxonline RSS feed into the "subscribe" dialogue box.
5. You should then be able to view headlines from Luxonline in your RSS reader.

Please note that clicking on the RSS link alone may bring you to a page of unformatted XML code. This is normal. The best way to view an RSS feed is through an RSS reader or a web browser with a built-in RSS reader.


Firefox has a built-in RSS reader. When you load a webpage which features RSS, an orange "RSS" button should appear in the lower right hand corner of the browser window. Click on this button and choose "Subscribe to..." The RSS feed will be transformed into a live bookmark.

You web browser might be set to the wrong type of page encoding. If you are using Internet Explorer, go to Page > Encoding > and choose Unicode (UTF-8). This should solve the problem.

For versions of Internet Explorer older than version 7, instead of going to Page, go to View.

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