The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares graduate film ‘Encounter’, produced by University of Portsmouth alumnus Howard Wimshurst, has won Best Short film at the Fort William Mountain Festival Festival 2019 and Best Animation at the London International Short Film Festival SFF 2018.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are proud to share the success of BA (Hons) Animation alumni, William Laban. Will graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2012, since then he’s won awards for his work including the 2016 John Lewis Christmas advert – ‘Buster the Boxer’.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries shares the story of James Dowling after his recent award winning success. James is an Arch Vis/CG artist living in Brighton & Hove, who graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 2010 with a degree in BA (Hons) Animation.
University of Portsmouth lecturer Dr Van Norris, from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has a paper included in a sub-section of ‘The Animation Studies Reader’. A renowned collection of texts from the animation industry.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is proud to host a screening for the British Animation Awards 2018.
A series of student films about deep vein thrombosis (DVT) have won a national award. Toby Meredith (left) with the NHS team Students created two videos and two animations highlighting best practice around preventing and living with DVT. The won first prize at the Anticoagulation Achievement Awards, which recognise innovation, excellence and outstanding practice in the delivery of anticoagulation. Toby
The Royal Television Society (RTS), Britain’s leading forum for television and related media, has opened entries for the RTS Student Television Awards 2018.
A scheme that accredits the best university games courses, created by lecturer Dr Mark Eyles of the University of Portsmouth Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, has won the Outstanding Product/Service category at the 2017 Global Business Excellence Awards.
An animated film depicting teddy bears as refugees by a Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries student at the University of Portsmouth has won an award from the charity, Refugee Education Across Conflicts Trust (REACT).