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.

Regent’s Students Create Tutu Foundation UK Campaign Video

Four Corners European Script Development Workshops

Ornela Peka, first year BA (Hons) Film, TV & Digital Media Production student, was selected for this year’s Four Corners European script development series of workshops. This is a fast track training scheme for film school students and trainers.

Ornela and eight other Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media students have just returned from the second of four workshops of the 2014 programme.

One of the three teams from Regent’s will receive a grant of up to 2000 euros to create a teaser trailer for their proposed feature film. You can check out previous years’ trailers here: http://four4corners.com/blog/?page_id=140

Read about Ornela’s experience:

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Our students at Regent’s University London are involved in a number of creative projects throughout their studies. Their artistic individuality and innovative approaches to drama, film and media are showcased in this compilation video of the work they have produced over the past year.

A special thanks to Irene López Marco for putting this piece together.

Find out more about the Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media and the courses on our website.

Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media Promo Reel

Alix Manolas interviews director Sang-il Lee

First year BA (Hons) Film, TV & Digital Media Production student, Alix Manolas, was invited to Warner Bros. for an exclusive screening of Sang-Il Lee’s Japanese remake of Clint Eastwood’s ‘Unforgiven’ called Yurusarezaru Mono. She was given the opportunity to interview the director for the Cineworld blog which is seen by approximately 120k people a month.

You can see Alix’s Cineworld blog post on the webiste or read her review of the film and full interview with director Sang-Il Lee here:

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Students at Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media on the BA (Hons) Film, TV & Digital Media Production and BA (Hons) Acting & Global Theatre course have made a short film called ‘Passionfruit Bananaphobia’ which was entered into a 48 Hour Film challenge for the Free Film Festivals and came third.

The film was then screened at Tate Britain on Friday 7th February 2014 as part of an exhibition called “Art Meets Moving Image“, where they were one of six award-winning young filmmakers who chose works of art from Tate Britain to pair with their short film. 

Short Film: Passionfruit Bananaphobia