Archive for June, 2017

NAHEMI at Encounters and ASFF 2017: Submission Details

Following the successful screenings of recent years, NAHEMI will be presenting a 90 minute programme of students work at this year’s Encounters and Aesthetica festivals.

To submit films for this, please read the following instructions carefully :

Each institution can submit a TOTAL of 20 minutes worth of films, with a MAXIMUM of THREE films submitted from any one institution.

1) Please email Alistair.Oldham@uwe.ac.uk with the following details :

Name of institution / film titles with running times / contact details of lecturers & student filmmakers / one line synopsis.

2) Please login and set up an account on Filmfreeway to upload films (these need to be of screening quality) and appropriate submission details, including jpeg / one line synopsis / name of institution / director and crew / student contact details.

3) Once you have done this, then go to the following private link on Filmfreeway to submit to the NAHEMI account (cut and paste into browser).

https://filmfreeway.com/festival/NAHEMI-THEBESTUKSTUDENTFILMMAKING

It’s really important that these instructions are followed carefully and if details are missing the film will probably be disqualified as we will not be chasing details over the summer.

The deadline for applications is Monday July 3rd and selection will take place at the London Film Academy on Saturday July 8th.

NAHEMI AGM and Talking Shop July 7th at London College of Communication

Please visit our Eventbrite Site to register for your free member’s ticket

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nahemi-agm-and-talking-shop-2017-tickets-35168439750?ref=estw

NAHEMI AGM & Talking Shop 7th July 2017
Schedule of Events

London College of Communication
Elephant & Castle
London
SE1 6SB

AGM 10.30am -12.30pm
Coffee and Danish Pastries served from 10am

LUNCH 12.30-1.30pm
Sandwiches and Beverages will be provided

Talking Shop

Session 1: 1.30- 3pm

1.30-2pm
Keynote Speaker
Joanna Callaghan, Sussex
Principal investigator on the AHRC funded Filmmaking Research Network
Chair of the MeCCSA Practice Network
Q & A

2- 3pm
Presentations
Alistair Oldham, University of the West of England
Wrecked on the Intertidal Zone
Q & A

Pecha Kucha Presentation
Shreepali Patel, Anglia Ruskin University
The Function of Experience within Practice-Practice Research

Short Reports
David Wheeler, Staffordshire University
Report on Munich Cinematography Conference
Peter Hort, University of Westminster
Report on CILECT Congress, Brisbane 2017

CHEAD’s role as an association of subject associations.

TEA/COFFEE 3-3.30pm

Session 2: 3.30pm – 5pm
Presentations
Dr. Pratap Rughani, London College of Communication
The Dance of Documentary Ethics
Q & A

Charlotte Crofts, University of the West of England
Screenworks: peer-reviewed online publication of practice research in film and screen media
Q & A

Short Presentations
Marek Budzynski Arts University Bournemouth
Embedding professional qualifications in the HE curriculum
Mark Carey, Leeds Beckett University
Electrical Safety on Student Shoots
Q & A

Chair’s Summary and Thanks
5-7pm Networking and Drinks

KODAK Commercial Student Awards 2017 -Winners

19th May 2017
The evening at a very full Regent Street Cinema was brilliantly organised by Peter Hort, Sophie Moore and their team at University of Westminster. It was a huge success and was attended by staff and students from many of our member institutions from across the UK. Sir Alan Parker gave out the prizes and Nik Powell, Director of the NFTS gave the oration. The high creative and professional standard of entries was praised by the judges.

And the Winners were….

Craft awards
Editing I Hate You Least IADT
Directing Cops’ Valentine Gloucestershirre
Sound A Valentine’s Tale Gloucestershire
Cinematography Santa Stop Here NFTS
Production Design Greatest Adventure AUB
Writing The Human Flesh NFTS

Paperchase brief
1st Cupid NFTS
2nd Atonement NFTS
=3rd I Hate You Least IADT
=3rd Perfect Valentine AUB

Rays of Sunshine brief
1st Greatest Adventure AUB

Centrepoint brief
1st Christmas Tree NFTS
2nd The Human Flesh NFTS
3rd Santa Stop Here NFTS

Pearson brief
1st Sweet Dreams NFTS
2nd We All Start Somewhere NFTS

WeSwap brief
1. Prey Gloucestershire

Overall
1st Greatest Adventure AUB
2nd Cupid NFTS
3rd Atonement NFTS