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Spotlight On: BA (Hons) Live Events & Television – LCC Degree Shows 2018


Written by
Dayna McAlpine
Published date
20 June 2018

BA (Hons) Live Events & Television at London College of Communication is a unique course that develops specialist skills and a detailed understanding of the many types of production work.

Our students learn to produce, direct and manage productions as well as designing, creating and transforming environments for live events and television.

This year’s line-up of work – shown in LCC Degree Shows 2018: Show 2, 21–23 June 2018 – ​we present a broad range of projects including documentaries, short films, TV pilots, web series, a music video, live sport events, panels, art and fashion shows, research and more.

Here we shine a spotlight on some of the projects on show…

Barbie Lam

‘Buttertalk presents: Digital Media Marketing & Young Entrepreneurs’

Two young entrepreneurs who support their lifestyle solely through selling digital products educate and present on: starting a digital product business, utilising social media to brand and capture an audience, business development and how websites continue to bring in new audiences while keeping current members satisfied.

Céline Ramseyer

‘Give Us The Power #FundFencing’

The ‘Give us the Power’ campaign shows British Fencing fighting against the funding cut in order to give GB fencers the best training and support possible on their journey to major worldwide competitions.

Venislava Petkova


‘Confession’ is one non-traditional social realism film combining stop motion animation and live action. The movie reveals the story of Adam Bunker, a heroin addict. Following the main character’s journey over the three acts, the spectator becomes a witness of Adam’s self- destruction.  The aim of ‘Confession’ is to give hope and convince people who are using substances not to give up and to look for help – to persuade those people that there is a reason to continue living and when you are at the bottom the only way to go is up.

Find out more about LCC Degree Shows 2018: Show 2.