University of Portsmouth, CCI students are being offered the opportunity to participate in the DVMISSION 48 Hour Film Challenge.
The University of Portsmouth, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries are pleased to welcome back Steve Whitford from his recent trip to Nigeria.
A University of Portsmouth, CCI, BA Film Production Graduate Film has won Best Student Film at the Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2017.
The University of Portsmouth, CCI, BA Film Production (BAFP) Graduate Film, A Place for Everything has won an award at the Winchester Short Film Festival.
The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries recently hosted the prestigious GTC Awards Ceremony which is the Guild of Television Camera Professionals – Bill Vinten University Awards, an honour that was awarded to the University of Portsmouth in 2016.
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
Dr. Yael Friedman, Deputy Course Leader for BA(Hons) Film Production and Course Leader of BA (Hons) Film Production with Business Communication, has been invited to speak at the Politicising Tourism in Palestine discussion in June.
Roughly 100 CCI students, staff and public members congregated for Ken Kirby’s talk on the ethics of documentary production, focusing on his 2014 BBC Panorama documentary ‘Don’t Cap My Benefits‘.