4 March 2022
Saturday round-up: UKNA City Takeover in Leicester
UK New Artists (UKNA) have taken over Leicester this past weekend, showcasing 75 new and emerging artists across exhibitions, spoken word, film, music, and dance. Check out our highlights of Saturday's events.
28 February 2022
Interview with Edward Buxton, New Creative
Edward Buxton tells us all about his latest short Finger Prick as part of BBC New Creatives
16 July 2021
Review: This Camera is Broken
Brimming with concentrated emotion and a dash of ambiguity, This Camera is Broken depicts a conversation between a veteran director and her younger self.
4 March 2021
An interview with artist-filmmaker Louiza Ntourou, New Creative
Louiza Ntourou is an artist-filmmaker whose work explores and raises questions about the “lost object”. Read on to see our interview with Louiza and find out more about her filmmaking journey and experiences over the last year!
15 April 2020
This is a still image of a montage I created myself after watching the workshop ' Tutorial One: Mobile Filmmaking....The Basic Cinematic Shots' on Youtube.
7 January 2019 – 24 June 2019
Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2019 Now Open! Awards & International Showcases
Edinburgh Short Film Festival Submissions Now Open for 2019
curating programmes for other festivals across the UK & Internationally,
with cash prizes for Best Film, & Best Animation & Best Scottish Short!
25 July 2018
Tom Edwards, Gold Arts Award
Tom Edwards, Digitial Marketing Apprentice with Curious Minds, tells us all about completing his Gold Arts Award in filmmaking and working out how his skills could be applied to different business sectors.
3 January 2018
Want My Job? with Katie and Cheryl
Hear Katie and Cheryl talk about their work with Helix Arts and how their experience working with young people brought them down to MozFest to deliver a workshop around Social Media and expression.
6 November 2017
Where are they now? with Julie Southam
We caught up with Julie Southam, who did her Gold Arts Award ten years ago, about how her portfolio informed the work she does now at Havas Lynx in Manchester.
2 November 2017
Bug and Jewellery making workshop with Tinkan Designs
Here is my review for the workshops of Tinkan Designs, including summary and short film.
29 September 2017
Tina Dickinson, Bronze and Silver achiever, Gold student
We asked some questions to Tina Dickinson, who is currently doing her Gold Arts Award with 2017-2018 Arts Award Good Practice Centre, Carousel and where she helps out with their disabled-led film festival, Oska Bright Film Festival.
22 August 2017
Molly Armitage, Explore and Bronze achiever
We spoke to a few students from Herts and Essex High School who've recently completely their Bronze awards about what they did and what they thought of it all.
13 March 2017
Turmoil by Georgina Colman | FIRST ACTS
Coming face-to-face with yourself is never easy.
6 March 2017
La La Land review - dare to read an unpopular opinion
La La Land represents the toils of the Hollywood underdogs, a film primed for all the successes it gained and almost gained. Unfortunately, for everything that astonishes about this film, it still just didn't grip.
2 February 2017
Random Acts - we're more than halfway there!
...doesn't time fly?
30 January 2017
Michael Baillon, Random Acts Midlands filmmaker
From Random Acts Midlands, Michael Baillon gives the audience his personal reflection on the story of a dragon named Rawry, through a short animation.
19 January 2017
Oblivion by Sarah Worcester | FIRST ACTS
From Random Acts Midlands, Sarah Worcester brings us an animated experimental film, Oblivion, that explores mental health in a style that plays with vivid visual expressions of the first-hand experience.
19 January 2017
Sarah Worcester, Random Acts Midlands filmmaker
From Random Acts Midlands, Sarah Worcester's astonishing animation, Oblivion, strikes a chord with the visuals alone.