Toby Meredith, Media Productions Manager for the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries at the University of Portsmouth, was invited a BAFTA event promoting sustainable film and TV practices and engaged with broadcasters and production companies.
A fascinating video has been produced as part of a research project from academics and filmmakers at the University of Portsmouth in the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries.
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
Students from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries produced an innovative 360 degree video to promote Portsmouth’s world-class tourist attractions to some of the most important decision makers in the cruise ship industry at Europe’s premier cruise expo, Seatrade Europe.
A film co-produced by Toby Meredith, a member of CCI’s Media Production Centre, is being released on 28th July. The film White Collar Hooligan 3 is the third part of a movie trilogy, which will be available to purchase on Amazon. The Plot: On the hunt for the Russian mobsters that murdered their best friend, football hooligans turned career-criminals, Mike
Producer and CCI technician, Toby Meredith, has his latest feature film being released in June this year and was delighted to see the movie appearing on the ‘New Trailer’ section on the global film and television website IMDB.
Televison Film Production student, Lawrence Fish, has landed himself the role of production supervisor for the feature film, White Collar Hooligan 3