A six-strong team of final year Film and TV Production students saw their short screened at the prestigious Alexandria International Short Film Festival.
A gold-standard sports scholarship has helped Morgan Murphy pursue her studies alongside preparations for an upcoming world championship.
Staff and students at Edge Hill University were invited to a special screening of an episode of BBC One’s Moving On, which was filmed on campus last year.
Ellis Green is aiming to make a mark in the world of film, with the help of Edge Hill University.
A mock TV magazine show produced by students and overseen by industry professionals is helping undergraduates get a foot in the door in their chosen career.
Jack Leigh, who graduated from Edge Hill’s Film and Television Production course in 2012, is celebrating success after shooting a series of award winning short documentaries.
Three pieces of creative work from Edge Hill Media students have been shortlisted in the Royal Television Society (RTS) North West Student Awards.
Students from Edge Hill University have been provided with the unique opportunity to create a video which will be watched by tens of thousands of children in schools across England.
A group of Film and Television Production students at Edge Hill have collaborated with local writer and actor Carl Loughlin to create The G Word, to coincide with National Coming Out Day.