INTRO + SHORTS SCREENING
WATERSHED: CINEMA 3
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NAHEMI, The National Association of Higher Education in the Moving Image, acts as a forum for debate on all matters pertaining to the teaching of practice in the Moving Image in Higher Education including the theory and history underpinning these practices. It also promotes and organises the exhibition and exchange of student work and staff and student research on behalf of the member institutions.
This programme showcases some of the most exciting, dynamic and diverse student work made in the UK this year at some of those member institutions.
Followed by NAHEMI AWARDS CEREMONY with GUEST PRESENTER
Dir: Meg Campbell
National Film and Television School 2016
With her sister slowly succumbing to early-onset Alzheimer’s, Beth struggles to balance her responsibilities as a carer and a mother, whilst dealing with her own fear of developing the genetic disease.
Birds and Bees
Dir: Victoria Katona
National Film School at IADT
3 mins 43 secs
A personal memory of the question that was never answered.
To The Water That Steams
Dir: Tyler Gordon-Fordyce
University of Gloucestershire
An experimental cine-poem about a lost friend…
Beauty of a Stateless Mind
Dir: Lutia Swan-Hutton
University of the West of England
“Art is the best way to abstain from wrong doing”. A film about artist inhabitants of the Calais Jungle.
Dir: Dominica Harrison
Edinburgh College of Art
5 mins 22 secs
‘Illusions‘ is a film about two characters that meet because of an accident, due to which they find themselves lost, each in their own limbo.
Dir: Esther Betteley
11 mins 45 secs
A quirky young boy scout is forced to choose between his morals and the opportunity to fit in with his troop. An unlikely character helps guide him as he strives to complete his badge objectives without being corrupted by two threatening bullies.
Dir: Cristi-Adrian Andrei
University of Derby
4 mins 17 secs
‘Ophiucius’ is an experimental short film, which emphasises the expression of a series of emotions through visual and audio stimuli.
Living Behind Numbers
Dir: Martin Read
University of South Wales
14 mins 24 secs
“My art is unique. It took me twelve years to master. In becoming a criminal, I became an artist and in becoming an artist, I have become a criminal”.
Why would you do that, you’re a footballer?
Dir: Esmee Ross, Dalila Trovoada, Olivia Frost and Henessie Iano
Norwich University of the Arts
1 min 08 secs
Oliver and Eliot are in a conversation about the adverts their football heroes appear in, describing David Beckham as the ‘guy who does the pants’ adverts!
Dir: Filippo Mira
London Film Academy
10 mins 16 secs
Lionel’s boring life as a salesman in a lacklustre electrical appliances store is instantly revived when vibrant, quirky beatrice wanders into his store, looking for a new vacuum cleaner.
The Alan Dimension
Dir: Jac Clinch
National Film and Television School
Alan brown uses divine powers of precognition to foresee the fate of mankind… and breakfast. Meanwhile, Wendy has had enough of being married to the next step in cognitive evolution”.
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