We don’t ask students to specialise too early in one area of filmmaking. Students can be self-selecting in terms of what interests them and where they want to take their practice.
Launched in 1979, Norwich University of the Arts co-hosted the UK’s biggest touring exhibition, British Art Show 8 as part of the Hayward Touring programme from June – September 2016. Recognised as some of the very best of contemporary art in the UK, the exhibition was held in NUA’s St Georges Building, East GalleryNUA, Norwich Castle and Museum and The Forum presenting work from over forty artists including film, sculpture installation and painting and design. Alongside the exhibition, the BAS8 event programme presented a summer of free talks, workshops, roundtable discussions and performances open to the public. Discover more about British Art Show 8 at NUA.
Watch a film about CEO of Film London and British Film Commission Adrian Wootton discussing the British film industry.
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Year Three students have begun pitching their final film ideas to the NUA Producers Panel, which this year includes actress and writer Alice Lowe (Sightseers, Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace), producer Jen Handorff (Final Prayer, The Devil’s Business) and director Neil Mcenery-West (Containment). Each student will pitch their film idea and receive feedback to guide their development of initial concepts through to final short films by the end of the academic year.
Acclaimed web series director Chris Stone gave a lecture via Skype to students who are working on a project to develop a web drama series franchise and produce a pilot episode. Stone, who directed the award winning Victorian vampire genre web series ‘Blood and Bone China‘ spoke about the development of the project and his social media marketing campaign.