Spotlight On: Amer Jamhour, MA Film – LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019
Students from MA Film will be exhibiting an array of innovative and boundary-pushing projects to prospective employers, industry, the public, and friends and family, as part of LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019.
The course will be showing in LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 alongside students across graphic design, television, data visualisation, games design, branding, virtual reality and more, with a Launch Event on 4 December and exhibiting from 5 – 7 December.
Get an idea of what to expect at LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019 as we shine a spotlight on just a handful of the projects set to go on show from the next generation of leading creatives spanning the always-evolving disciplines of design, media and screen...
J for Jihad
In Amer's words...
"It's Christmas in London and 30 year old Middle Eastern immigrant, Jihad, must confront his mental illness to reclaim his life, his boyfriend and his job, before he is deported to his war stricken home.
"'J for Jihad' is a psychological thriller that amalgamates reality with surrealism to visualise trauma, as well as create a tense piece of cinema that expresses minority and loneliness against inner strength."
View Amer's Vimeo to find out more.
LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019: Show 2 takes place from 5 – 7 December.
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