Student Successes

Extraordinary Times Winners and Runners Up (with links).

‘Coronavirus Poem’ WINNER

We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 NAHEMI Extraordinary Times / Canon Awards: 

 

BEST OVERALL FILM, Winner: ‘Coronavirus Poem’ (dir .Lucy Gatenby, prod Rebecca Hardess) / Falmouth University

BEST OVERALL FILM, Runner Up: ‘Mask’ (dir. Joana Caiano) / Arts University Bournemouth

BEST CREATIVE IDEA, Winner: ‘Banding Apart’ (dir. Edward Scott) / University of Roehampton

BEST CREATIVE IDEA, Runner Up: ‘The Bread’ (dir.Sophie Lee) / Arts University Bournemouth

BEST VISUALS, Winner: ‘Raft’ (dir. Jake Thompson) / University of South Wales

 

BEST VISUALS, Runner Up: ‘For Me’ (dir. Ioulietta Thymi) / University of Greenwich

BEST SOUND DESIGN, Winner: ‘Elsewhere’ (dir. Shiyun Gu) / London Film School

BEST SOUND DESIGN, Runner Up: ‘Home Escape’ (dir. Jing Zhao) /  London Film School

BEST EDITING, Winner: ‘Watch’ (dir. Tom Ford) / University of South Wales

BEST EDITING, Runner Up: ‘What We Had Time For’ (dir. Michelle Siu) / Anglia Ruskin University

 

You can watch the October 29th screening here. The password is ExtraordinaryTimes

And the Q&A here. Again, the password is ExtraordinaryTimes.

With huge thanks to Alya Soliman, the Competition Co-ordinator.

Congratulations to all entrants and winners!

NAHEMI @ Encounters Award Winners 2020

We’re very pleased to announce the Award winners for the 2020 NAHEMI@ Encounters programme:

NAHEMI CREATIVE FILMMAKING PRIZE : ‘Shoegazing’ (dir. Servane d’Alverny) / London Film School

NAHEMI CINEMATOGRAPHY AWARD : ‘My Name’ (dir. Yang Lee, cinematographer Chirstian Serk) / University of Coventry

BEST UNDERGRADUATE FILM AWARD : ‘Ethical Sauce’ (dir. Pauline McGrath) / University of Westminster

Huge congratulations to all concerned!

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 Screening at Encounters Film Festival

NAHEMI SCREENING at ENCOUNTERS FILM FESTIVAL by Freya Billington

AWARD WINNERS
A hugely successful sold-out screening at Encounters Film Festival was followed up by some words of wisdom from BAFTA-Award winning filmmaker Esther May Campbell, who then presented the following Awards.

  • CREATIVITY FILMMAKING AWARD 
    Director Zuzanna Kopacka for Documentary PIOTR (UWE_FILM)
  • PRODUCTION AWARD
    Director Alex Tyler for Drama ZAIRE (London Film School)
    (Award collected by Producer Erin Phillips )

Fantastic to showcase such a high standard of work, and to see so many of the filmmakers at the event!