Student Opportunity Fund helps talented film maker

  Talented film and content maker Kieran Robson has today graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Film and Television Production. Kieran, who lives in Heysham, has spent the last year of his degree travelling around the country gaining as much work experience as possible. His recent trips to Colab Creations in Leicester and Redolution […]

Student Opportunity Fund helps talented film maker

  Talented film and content maker Kieran Robson has today graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Film and Television Production. Kieran, who lives in Heysham, has spent the last year of his degree travelling around the country gaining as much work experience as possible. His recent trips to Colab Creations in Leicester and Redolution […]

Teaching excellence at Edge Hill University recognised by students

Teaching excellence at one of the North West’s top universities has been recognised by students in the annual National Student Survey. Following a £300m investment programme, Edge Hill University is the best in the region for Learning Resources and in the top three for Learning Opportunities and Academic Support. The University’s Course Teaching received an […]

Famous BBC dog amongst those offering advice to media students during special Festival in a Day

Famous canine personality Hacker T Dog, who presents on Children’s BBC (CBBBC) joined other presenters, film producers, editors and media experts for a special Festival in a Day at Edge Hill University. Big names from across the world of film and television including; presenter Katie Thistleton (CBBC/Radio One), Blue Peter editor Ewan Vinnicombe, documentary maker […]

Research discovers what encourages people to go vegan

Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered what might encourage people to go vegan. Prof Claire Parkinson, Dr Richard Twine and Naomi Griffin from Edge Hill’s Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) carried out a year of research funded by The Vegan Society. They found that non-vegans were more likely to go vegan (move to […]

TV scholar asks how Welsh crime drama became global success in new book

With Wales’s Y Gwyll ‘Hinterland’ crime drama taking the world by storm, a leading television scholar asks how a programme so “authentically local” can appeal to millions internationally. Edge Hill University’s Elke Weissmann, a Reader in Film and Television, has written about the Welsh language drama for a chapter in a newly published book ‘European […]