A six-strong team of final year Film and TV Production students saw their short screened at the prestigious Alexandria International Short Film Festival.
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.
Olivia Egmore is hopeful that her current film project, funded through Edge Hill University’s Student Opportunity Fund, will get people talking.
Famous canine personality Hacker T Dog, who presents on Children’s BBC (CBBC) 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 […]
Renowned filmmaker David Yates recently returned to Edge Hill University to talk to students about his films and inspire the next generation of filmmakers.
Ellis Green is aiming to make a mark in the world of film, with the help of Edge Hill University.
Nina Simone; Stealing Sheep; Bob Dylan; the Irish Troubles; comedian Ellie Taylor; a reflection on gender and transitioning…in music and dance; a suffragette-themed punk musical. All these, and more, feature this autumn at The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University. We preview some of this season’s shows.
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Former Edge Hill University student Dr Matt Lawson has proved he knows the score when it comes to movie music with the publication of his first book.
An Edge Hill academic will be speaking at the Barbican as part of a season discussing a “game-changing” era in UK television.
A short film directed by an Edge Hill lecturer which reimagines a Beatles song while experimenting with the concept of time has won a top award.