Beth Graham

We will encourage you to explore a variety of filmmaking mediums and platforms to become an accomplished and creative storyteller.

You’ll learn by doing as you become a flexible, multi-skilled collaborator with technical and craft skills highly-prized by industry.

You’ll explore how the production skills you use and creative choices you make can shape and change the story you are telling.

Course information

Stephanie Ndaguba (She/Her) Change is something I believe we should all start to embrace as a constant. When I was
Elisenda De Wit Roy (She/Her) These are still images from a Fashion Film that talks about emerging to a new
Alexander Woosey Honing station, Honing, North Norfolk. First explored early summer of 2020. This place has quickly become one of my
William George Above the Breakers is a series I have shot on my drone recently, on a rough windy evening along the Norfolk coast. In
William George This is an image I took while out exploring my small Norfolk town in lockdown with my drone. I have discovered our local
Hannah Teather What is the light that we search for within ourselves? The one that flickers and threatens to burn out
Yannis Giannetakis Jim Jarmusch’s jazz western.  A young accountant by the name of William Blake, a name ingeniously chosen to
Vaineta Keraityte, Eleanor Needham, Luke McGarrigle, Drew Hardman, Lauren Walker and Chloe Boston With loneliness in the elderly rising in the UK,
Hannah Boyce Contemporary Wabi-Sabi draws on honest aspects of reality, for example, nature, natural processes and craftsmanship. Wabi-Sabi reconstructs these
Beth Graham 125 plastic bottles. 213 bottle tops. 50 miscellaneous plastic trays and products. All of this was collected in
Ashley Jade Backhouse When I think of the word process, I think of growth, something adapting over a course of time
Sophie Banks Attraction against repulsion is a reoccurring theme within my sculptures. The pink sculpture in the photos is based upon drawings
Beth Graham History is such an important part of society, it’s something we all take for granted, especially the amount
Rhys Griffin Words: Rhys Griffin, Film and Moving Image Production Writing: Sean Goddard and Alex Stedman  Producing: Shirmaine Ong, Colleen Lee and Rhys
Jordan Hardy Filmed on location in Beijing, China, Facing The Sun explores the issue of rapid urbanisation in Chinese cities and its relationship with