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Kodak Commercials Awards 2018

What a fantastic night at Regents Street Cinema, London on Friday 18th May, where we screened all 48 entries to this years Kodak Commercial Competition.  The cinema was bursting at the seams with students and staff from our member institutions all over the UK.

Sara Dunlop, award-winning filmmaker, and Sam Clarke from Kodak, presented 26 awards, with NFTS sweeping the board:

Overall Winners

  1. Sarah the Puppet NFTS for Vagaband
  2. Nativity NFTS for Not On The High Street
  3. Hold Still NFTS for Ataxia Awareness

Ataxia Awareness Brief

  1. Hold Still NFTS
  2. The Fight University of Westminster
    3= She’s Still My Mum Arts University Bournemouth
    3= Baby and Me Gloucestershire

Healthy Back Bag Brief

  1. Landmine NFTS
  2. In Balance UCA Farnham
    3= Bad Bag NFTS
    3= Don’t Let Your Baggage Let You Down University of Westminster
    3= Catwalk Arts University Bournemouth

Not On The High Street

  1. Nativity NFTS
  2. A Nice Surprise NFTS
  3. The Gift University of the West of England

Vagaband Brief

  1. Sarah the Puppet NFTS
  2. Hands NFTS
    3= Fragile Child University of Westminster
  3. 3= Four Seasons Gloucestershire

Craft Awards:

  • Production Design: Dracula’s Gift Arts University Bournemouth
  • Script: From Russell With Love UCA Farnborough
  • Editing: Hands NFTS
  • Editing: The Fight University of Westminster
  • Performance: Travel Light University of the West of England
  • Cinematography: A Nice Surprise NFTS
  • Original Idea: Spa Day Arts University Bournemouth

Huge thanks to Shelby Maddock, Peter Hort and University of Westminster for organising the event, and to Sara and Sam for hosting the evening so beautifully.

Good luck to all those hard working and talented students who graced us with such a fun evening’s viewing.

 

 

 

Eat Our Shorts 2017: The Winners!

Thanks to University of Westminster for hosting the 2017 NAHEMI Eat Our Shorts 2017 screenings, at the Regent Street Cinema.

This year we saw a fantastic and diverse range of work across the three screening programmes:

Screening 1:

  • Poles Apart – National Film and Television School
  • Pre-Retro – University of the West of England
  • Night Drive – Lincoln School of Film and Media
  • Stormin’ – Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin
  • Comfort Zone – Norwich University of the Arts
  • Dead. Tissue. Love. – University of Gloucestershire
  • Welcome to My City – Plymouth College of Art
  • White Lilacs – Royal College of Art
  • The Affair – London Film Academy
  • The King of Snapchat – The Northern Film School, Leeds Beckett

Screening 2

  • Piotr – University of the West of England
  • Minus Pink – The London Film School
  • Goodbye – The Northern Film School, Leeds Beckett
  • Heaven’s Not All That – London Film Academy
  • Mussels – Royal College of Art
  • Gaia – Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Untold – Lincoln School of Film and Media
  • Highway Hotel – Norwich University of the Arts
  • The Collector – University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
  • Our Daughter is a Necromancer – Falmouth University
  • Stevie – Middlesex University

Screening 3

  • Elegy for a Working Man – University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
  • Tunnel Vision – Norwich University of the Arts
  • Bird – Plymouth College of Art
  • The Cold Case – Falmouth University
  • Good Girls – Screen Academy Scotland, Edinburgh Napier
  • Panoramic – Norwich University of the Arts
  • Cracks – University of the West of Scotland
  • How Can I Lean On You If You’re Sideways? – The Northern Film School, Leeds Beckett
  • 1st Old Boys – Westminster Film School

As is customary at ‘Eat Our Shorts’, the audience voted for “Best Film” from each Screening, and the winners are:

  • Audience Award 1: Stormin’ – Cambridge School of Art
  • Audience Award 2: The Collector – University for the Creative Arts, Farnham
  • Audience Award 3: Good Girls – Screen Academy Scotland, Edinburgh

Congratulations to all students who had their work selected for screening – the quality of the work was excellent!

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

Eat Our Shorts 2016 Friday 2nd December 2016 Regent Street Cinema

This lively programme of impressive and diverse student films was very well attended by students and staff from many of our member institutions. The winners of the audience awards were the following: University for the Creative Arts Farnham, Harvest of a New Life, (documentary), Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University The Victorious (drama), and University of Westminster Husky (drama). We are very grateful to ARRI who have sponsored workshops for the prizewinning institutions.

NAHEMI/ ENCOUNTERS SCREENING

Please make your students aware of the NAHEMI/ ENCOUNTERS SCREENING / AWARDS CEREMONY next Wed 21st September 2-4pm Watershed, Bristol.

A fantastic programme of films from many of our member Institutions that comprises Drama, Documentary, Animation and Experimental work.

Delighted to announce Producer/IFeatures Executive Producer Christopher Granier-Deferre will be presenting the Awards.

Link for more details and tickets is here.

Kodak/Nahemi Student Commercials Competition 2016-17

NAHEMI member institutions wishing to enter this competition please email Peter Hort, using the subject line above, with the number of entries they’d like to make, by Monday 3rd October 2016 to  P.S.Hort@westminster.ac.uk   He will reply by Monday 10th October.

We currently have three briefs, from the agencies Libertine and Ogilvie One, and expect another from Mother London.

Please note that students should not under any circumstances contact the agencies or clients. Any queries should be directed through Peter.

These are the dates and deadlines:

‘Expressions of interest’ with the number of entries you wish to make must be submitted by Monday October 3rd 2016

Stock should be ordered by Friday 25th November.

Entry forms and final commercials: deadline Friday 24th February 2017

Awards: May 2017 at the Regent St Cinema; date to be confirmed

Kodak Nahemi Student Commercial Awards 2016

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Kodak/Nahemi Student Commercial Awards 2016

The Nahemi/Kodak Student Commercials awards night was held at the Regent Street Cinema, University of Westminster, on the 20th May 2016.

The awards night was hosted by Nik Powell from the NFTS and presented by Sir Alan Parker in inimitable style.

40 entries from 11 member institutions were judged by a panel drawn from the companies that set the briefs – Mother and Libertine advertising agencies, a commercials director and Sam Clark from Kodak. With generous sponsorship from Libertine, Kodak, the NFTS, the University of Westminster and AUB, a good night was had by all.

Nahemi would like to thank Peter Hort and Rhianna Rizvi for coordinating the competition and the awards night.

Craft

Special Effects           Bubble                                    Farnham

Editing                        Choose the Outdoors                        IADT Dun Loaghaire

Script                          Damon’s Funeral                   University of Westminster

Directing                    Luck                                        NFTS

Cinematography       Go Outdoors                           Manchester School of Art

 

‘Think’ brief

1.         Damon’s Funeral                   University of Westminster

2.         Luck                                        NFTS

3=       Down the Line                       Arts University Bournemouth

3=       Near Miss                               NFTS

 

‘Scunci’ brief

1.         The Monkey from Scunci     NFTS

2.         Three Princesses                   University of Westminster

 

‘Go Outdoors’ brief

1.         Into the Woods                      NFTS

2.         Been Inside Too Long?         University of Westminster

3.         We’ve Got You Covered        Anglia Ruskin

 

Overall top three

1.         Into the Woods                      NFTS

2.         Damon’s Funeral                   University of Westminster

3.         Luck                                        NFTS

NAHEMI Eat Our Shorts 13

EOS poster landscape

The Lucky Number 13 Eat Our Shorts festival was held in the beautifully restored birthplace of cinema, Regent Street Cinema (thanks to the University of Westminster) on the 11th December 2015.

Three programmes of films from 20 member courses were watched by an enthusiastic audience who voted for the winners as follows:
Screening 1: Mr Madila by Rory Waudby-Tolley from the Royal College of Art
Screening 2: Apollo by Joe Betteridge from Anglia Ruskin, the Cambridge School of Art
Screening 3: Je ne suis pas Charlie by Tariq Elmakki, Russell Cleave and Paul Chanter from the Plymouth College of Art.

The filmmakers won passes to the Future Film Festival at the BFI and Amazon vouchers. The winning courses have been offered a masterclass by Arri.

Q&As were hosted by Mark Trompeteler from the BKSTS, Will Howe from Canterbury Christchurch and Dominic Lees from UCA Farnham.

Prizes were awarded by Nik Powell from the NFTS.

Many thanks are due to Peter Hort and his team, in particular Rhianna Rizvi who brought it all together.

EAT OUR SHORTS Student Film Festival 2015

The NAHEMI Eat Our Shorts Student Film Festival 2015 will be held at the Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street, London, W1B 2UW on Friday December 11th.

There will be three screenings of student films from NAHEMI members: Screening One: 11.30 – 13.15, Screening Two: 14.00 – 15.30 and Screening Three: 16.00 – 17.45. At 6pm three audience prizes will be awarded to the winning films from each screening and drinks will be provided. Tickets are available from:  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/eat-our-shorts-student-film-festival-2015-tickets-19768379756