Archive for March, 2020

How to teach Moving Image in a Coronavirus environment?

With forced closures of universities, colleges and arts institutions due to COVID19, as well as film and TV industries halting production, how can we make sure our current and future moving image students are supported to achieve their ambitions of making quality film, animation, games and TV?

NAHEMI will be opening up a conversation that we invite you all to participate in. How have you managed student expectations? How have you begun to think about a transition to online delivery? How will you manage your degree shows? What best and worst practice can you share?

Please watch this space! We will be sharing a forum soon and invite you to participate.

Take care and stay safe

WINNERS! Watersprite Film Festival 2020

Watersprite Student Film Festival this weekend, 6 – 8 March, was a fun-filled event, showcasing student work from across the UK. We are pleased to announce the winners of the NAHEMI prizes at our Watersprite Showcase Screening 2020.

NAHEMI Best Film was awarded to Building Bridges, by UWE student Josephine Cressy.

NAHEMI’s ARRI-sponsored award for Best Cinematography was awarded to LFS student Luis Felipe Moncado for his work on The Sound of Falling.

Well done to all the participants who were selected for screening in the NAHEMI showcase, and huge congratulations to our winners!

Watersprite NAHEMI 2020