An Edge Hill University academic has written a monograph about American screenwriter, director, producer, comic book writer, and composer Joss Whedon.
The clock is ticking, the countdown continues its inexorable progress, the midnight hour rapidly approaches. We could be talking about the start of the World Cup in Russia.
“Liverpool is the centre of the music world,” contends Sociology with Politics student Amos Wynn, who covered the festival for Edge Hill.
Edge Hill Animation student Peter Miller has won the Royal Television Society (RTS) North West Student Award for Animation.
When Marketing with PR student Sheila Miller had the chance to spend some time in a working radio…
A major exhibition exploring the little-known story of more than 1000 Chinese sailors repatriated from Liverpool opens at Birkenhead’s Williamson Art Gallery on 10 February.
Three pieces of creative work from Edge Hill Media students have been shortlisted in the Royal Television Society (RTS) North West Student Awards.
An academic who describes his research interests as ranging from fifteenth century portraits to blockbuster films, via the cultural heritage of 1997 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has been appointed Edge Hill’s new Head of Media.
After witnessing the effects of autism on his brother’s life, Edge Hill student Tom Griffiths decided he wanted to create a film in an effort to learn more and raise awareness of the neurological condition which affects so many people.
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.