Channel 4 is to renew its conceptual arts programme Random Acts by employing a new generation of filmmakers.
The short films series, which has not produced any new content since 2014, will begin again this spring. Previous videos featured street magic, spoken word performances, and silent films.
Random Acts is backed by £6million worth of funding from Arts Council England. The money is earmarked for creating several regional centres aimed at promoting young talent across the UK.
“Random Acts is about capturing how the digital revolution has changed the way contemporary artists are expressing themselves through the medium of film,” said series editor Pegah Farahmand.
"[We can] now discover the most exciting emerging talent through our invaluable partnership with the Arts Council England."