These pictures were taken during the 2nd year Studio & OB Production module on the BA Film, TV & Digital Media Production degree.
In year one students are trained in all the principle roles of studio production culminating in a live 15 minute broadcast at the end of the year.
In year two that pressure is increased with the OB, meaning students have to create another live studio piece this time with an insert filmed on location elsewhere (what was always known as a VT).
The Studio & OB module has included a diverse range of location pieces, from a concert at the Royal Albert Hall, to the Frieze Art Fare to the Indoor Skiing Championships.
The outside broadcast in this project was part of a magazine show called Diverse London, which explored the weird and wonderful that exists in the capital.
Following the Tutu Peace Summit for Youth held at Regent’s University London in March 2015, second year BA (Hons) Film, TV and Media Production students have created a campaign video as part of their ‘Campaign Production’ module.
Students chose the Tutu Foundation UK as the charity to work with and prepared a five minute campaign video to meet the needs of the organisation.
Monika Wilczynska was the student Producing & Directing this project. The students demonstrated their talents by creating a video that captured the essence of the Tutu Foundation UK and Peace Summit exceptionally well.
On 17th March, BA (Hons) Communication Design students enjoyed an engaging and inspiring talk by Dave Brown of APEINC, London.
Dave discussed his work for international brands, his collaborative involvement within the world of the Mighty Boosh and APE’s work since its inception in 2007. Dave performs as Bollo the gorilla in the Mighty Boosh series and its many related events. He designed the visual identities and products that helped make the Mighty Boosh a global success.
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We caught up with three students from the Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media and asked them to tell us a little about their courses, their ambitions and what being under pressure is really like.
Hadley is a third year BA (Hons) Screenwriting & Producing Student embarking on her Short film and Major Script project.
Ornela is a second year BA (Hons) Film, TV & Digital Media Production student who is deep into her film assignments for the Short Film Production and Campaign Production module.
Holly is a third year student on the same degree about to embark on her final project, The Completion of the Major Film Production.
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Two creatives from M&C Saatchi, Darren Urquhart and Tom Smith (both top right in the image), delivered a highly stimulating talk on advertising to BA (Hons) Communication Design students at Regent’s University London.
M&C Saatchi is an international advertising agency network which formed in January 1995 by the brothers Maurice Saatchi and Charles Saatchi.
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Third year BA (Hons) Communication Design students at Regent’s University London made a great contribution to the Turner on The Terrace event hosted by the Porterhouse Bar in Covent Garden on 22nd October 2014.
In 1775, Joseph Mallard William Turner was born on the premises of what is now known as The Porterhouse. Artists Chris Burke, Magnus Irvin, Ben Tallon and PINS created Turner-esque images on the terrace of the Porterhouse throughout the day.
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Last week Rebecca Ford, Assistant Manager of the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA) Student Design Awards, came to present the current RSA student design briefs to the final year Communication Design and Interior Design students at Regent’s University London.
The Royal Society of the Arts is a charity which “encourages the development of a principled, prosperous society and the release of human potential” and use design to help build sustainable practices and intelligent design that will literally make the world a better place. Continue reading “Royal Society of the Arts Student Design Briefs”