Archive for July, 2013

NAHEMI Programme at Encounters Film Festival 18th September 2013

The NAHEMI programme at the Encounters Film Festival will be screened on the evening of Wednesday 18th September 2013 at the Watershed in Bristol, when the winners of the NAHEMI awards for Creative Filmmaking and Cinematography will also be announced.

The following films were selected:

  • Aftermath ( DRAMA / dir. Irina Alexiu / Goldsmiths)
  • Interference ( DRAMA / dir. John Danvoye / London Film Academy)
  • The Mass of Men ( DRAMA / dir. Gabriel Gauchet / NFTS)
  • Room for Two ( DRAMA / dir. Jan Hillman / London Film School)
  • Anomalies ( ANIMATION / dir. Ben Cady / RCA)
  • I Like to Bite ( ANIMATION / dir. Fiona Dulieu / Norwich)
  • Below the Row ( DOCUMENTARY / dir. Glen Travis / UCA Farnham )
  • The Man who Fell from the Sky ( DOCUMENTARY / dir. Jim Smith / UWE Bristol)

The standard of entries was really strong this year, so the competition was pretty fierce : it should be a really interesting programme !
Awards sponsored by NFTS and LFS

Winners of Eat Our Shorts 2013

Congratulations to the winners of Eat our Shorts 2013!

‘Butcher and Son’ directed by Simon Wade from the University of Westminster and
‘Time’s Up’ directed by Chris Yarwood from Staffordshire University

Both have won a year’s associate membership of Directors UK.

NAHEMI Talking Shop 2013

Tuesday 9 July 2013
Blue Room, BFI Southbank


Chair: Peter Hort
Fair Assessment in a Hierarchical System
Who’s Queen? (ref Blackadder)
Speaker: Hilary Thomas, National Film and Television School

12.30pm Lunch

2.00pm Pecha Kucha
Teaching Casting
Speakers: Jenny Granville, and Suzy Catliff Northern Film School, Leeds
Micro Dramas – Animation and Dramaturgy
Speaker: Suzie Hanna, Norwich University of the Arts

Crossing Platforms
Chair: Jon Wardle
How Do We Persuade Students To Think Across Platforms?
Speaker: David Hoyle, London College of Communication

Teaching Multi-Platform Documentary
Speakers: Alistair Oldham and Dr Instant Knockout Judith Aston, University of West of England

4pm Tea

4.30pm Keynote
Chair: Claire Barwell
Interpreting Government Policy for HE in the Moving Image
Speaker: Dan Simmons, Creative Skillset.