Producing a short ﬁlm in ﬁve days, in one location with only two actors would be a big ask for the most experienced ﬁlm crew.
Third year Advertising students had the opportunity to impress one of the world’s best-known creative agencies during a live brief, which showcased their talent, ideas and professionalism.
Pitching is at the heart of the television and ﬁlm industry – from an expression of an idea on paper, to the physical presentation and subsequent commissioning of that idea – and also central to Edge Hill’s Television Production Management programme.
Managing a live studio broadcast requires many technical and organisational skills – not least the ability to remain calm under pressure.
From composing theme tunes to coming up with ways to improve some of the nation’s most popular daytime TV shows, Media students had the opportunity to pitch their creative ideas to a panel of industry professionals as part of Employability Week 2016.
Since graduating, aspiring cameraman Matthew Rainford has been working as a freelance camera operator and editor to develop his skills and boost his CV.
As an In-Game Animator on the BAFTA award-winning LEGO® Dimensions™ video game, David Chambers is building a successful career in the competitive world of animation.
Health and safety might not be the most glamorous aspect of ﬁlm and television production but knowing your trip hazards from your ﬁre risks is an essential part of working in today’s creative industries.
Meg loves that no two days are the same working in television production management. As an undergraduate she worked as a Production Coordinator, with production company Blast! Films on Channel Four’s The Secret Life of the Zoo.
As a Television Production Management student and member of Edge Hill’s rugby team, Ross was keen to combine his two passions into his perfect career. Whilst still an undergraduate, he achieved this by breaking into the world of television sport production.