Television Production Management student Eleanor Fox worked with the Liverpool Film Office, a placement was made possible by the newly-launched Student Opportunity Fund.
Television Production Management student Dario Guarini enjoyed a four-month internship with Liverpool-based Hurricane Films.
Two Edge Hill Film Studies students had the opportunity to go behind the scenes at a major US film festival – thanks to the University’s Student Opportunity Fund.
A public event exploring how slaves’ identities are portrayed in the movies will take place at Edge Hill University later this month.
A passion for creativity saw Creative Writing graduate Phil Donnelly go from working in the Edge Hill car park to interning at a prestigious film festival in Michigan
Carl Hunter, Edge Hill University’s Senior Lecturer in Media Film and Television, will direct Hurricane Films’ Triple Word Score, a new feature film starring Bill Nighy
Edge Hill University to host regional premiere screening of ground-breaking transgender film
Edge Hill student Toni Jordan worked on Star Wars: The Force Awakens – the most anticipated film of 2015
In July this year, renowned British film maker Terence Davies was made an Honorary Doctor of Literature at Edge Hill University, where he discussed his most recent venture Sunset Song.
The final events in a year-long series marking 100 years since the release of highly controversial film The Birth of a Nation, exploring racial inequality in the film industry then and now, will take place in Liverpool and Ormskirk this week.