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Student Work

See more work by students on the Film and Moving Image Production Degree Show website.

Film and Moving Image Production showreel 2017.

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Alexander Dimmock which focuses on loss and the strain it puts on a friendship

Hitting The Mat, still by Alexander Dimmock, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate James Rushden brings psychological arthouse aspects with a focus on cults and the revelation of evil

Lake of Fire, still by James Rushden, 2017

Amnesiac by Alex Hermon, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Laura Wadha which documents two young sisters who fled the war in Syria and struggle with their pending adolescence

Flight, still by Laura Wadha, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Josh Dear brings comedy and drama together with a focus on vanity and excess

Red Hot, still by Josh Dear, 2017

Elagabalus Lives by Matt Nodwell, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate portrays dark crime mystery set in a theatre

Eliza, still by Emma Sippitts, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Paul Thompson combines artistic style with documentary and music video in abstract visuals

Reveal, still by Paul Thompson, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Natalie Hazelden documents the Southend on Sea clown Salvo nearing the end of his career

Salvo, still by Natalie Hazelden, 2017

Halfway Girl by Florence Watson, 2017

What (Rape) Culture?, still by Jade Harrison, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Tom Evans shows dramatic mystery with a nomadic couple who seek a distant destination

Crawl, still by Thomas Evans, 2017

Mavi by Yas Alkan, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate James Taylor takes abstract visuals and combines with fantasy for a greenscreen adventure

Mr 8 Billion, still by James Taylor, 2017

Still image taken from a film by NUA graduate Vivienne Warland follows the life of Ferris who fantasises about breaking out of his boring life until somebody changes it forever

Finding Ferris, still by Vivienne Warland, 2017

Charlotte Phelan, 2016

Where We Were by Emily Ringe, 2016.
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Liam O’Neil, 2016.

Centurion by Alice Cunningham, 2016.
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