This exhibition of graduate production reflects 3rd year students’ experiences during lockdown, but is work, we feel, that refuses to be defined by lockdown alone – it is through enthusiasm, dedication and a determination to succeed that we have these films, productions and scripts. They ably demonstrate a passion and a quality of work that should give these students confidence as they enter the media industries.
We are very proud to present graduating work for the UoC Film & TV course and students who have, over the last three years, looked to define the world around them through their creativity and personality. They have capitalised on their opportunities, won awards, shown their films and production to large audiences and crafted work, sometimes under the most difficult and challenging of circumstances.
If you would like to see more of the students' work or would like to contact them directly then please follow the links to their websites and YouTube pages.
"Humane" is an experimental video art piece that involves paint being poured over human skin, flowers and fruit to create an abstract approach on racial issues, gender stereotypes, thoughts and feelings, emotions and beliefs. With each object conveying motifs of life, and the male and female anatomy, and pouring paint over each of these elements is portraying that it doesn’t matter what colour skin you are or what gender you are, we are all the same, we are all human.
'After the Rain' is a short documentary created during the COVID-19 lockdown detailing how we have all been affected by the pandemic. 'After the Rain' is collaborative project with Lorna De Mello & Thomas Thorne A portfolio detailing my journey into experimental cinematography.
'Syncopation' - a music video exploring a woman’s experiences on a drugs high.
Other graduating projects include 'A Dead Good Christmas' - a slasher Christmas horror, and a soap opera script 'Lakeside', where a couple's marriage is torn apart when an affair is revealed between a husband and his wife’s best friend.