The Lonely Arts Club podcast is a series of interviews with creative and cultural people, discovering their journey into the arts and where it’s led them.
Talented film and content maker Kieran Robson has today graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Film and Television Production.
Getintothis’ Steven Doherty and Michael Maloney look at the story (so far) of The Label Recordings. The Label Recordings is Ormskirk-based Edge Hill University‘s own record label, but it’s much more than that. Set up back in 2013, it’s the only industry-focused, university-run label operating in the country, offering opportunities to become involved in the […]
Over 100 Edge Hill students attended Liverpool Sound City 2019 to perform, film, shadow professionals or just enjoy the three-day event – all for free as part of the University’s partnership with the festival.
Teaching excellence at one of the North West’s top universities has been recognised by students in the annual National Student Survey.
Four music students at Edge Hill University can now add a big screen credit to their burgeoning CVs, in the form of the critically-acclaimed comedy-drama Sometimes Always Never.
Six Edge Hill students got the kind of hands-on experience you can’t get from a lecture, working behind the scenes on Bill Nighy’s latest film.
Sometimes Always Never, the critically acclaimed debut feature film by director and Edge Hill senior lecturer Carl Hunter has hit number 14 in the British Film Institute’s box office chart.
The chance to work behind-the-scenes on one of the world’s longest-running television shows might not have been possible for one Edge Hill University undergraduate without the Student Opportunity Fund.
Edge Hill University’s Institute for Creative Enterprise is collaborating with Hurricane Films on the documentary All At Sea, providing students with vital industry experience.