As part of LCC Summer Shows 2015, three film and television courses from the School of Media presented their work in a screening and showcase evening held at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly on Tuesday 9 June.
BA (Hons) Production for Live Events and Television students learn to produce, direct and manage productions to create and transform environments for live events and television. They also develop specialist skills and a detailed understanding of the kinds of production work involved in an exciting industry.
Michela Viscardi and Kaita Moore collaborated to organise a two-part event on Shoreditch High Street in May.
The first part of BeatzRoot was Urban Food Fest, a one-day event with live music, performances and other entertainment. This generated interest in an after party at Juno bar, where DJs played a mix of electro, house and chart drum & bass.
Ronald Alele specialised in aerial videography and photography using unmanned aerial systems, also known as drones.
Along with coursemate Ryan Boey, Ronald was asked by outdoor activity company Adventure Britain to create a promotional video highlighting the activities they provide, including rock climbing, gorge walking and quad biking, from a new perspective.
Ronald used his DJI INSPIRE 1 drone to capture the footage near the company’s base in the Brecon Beacons.
Shirly Bumaguin and Inger Kitt teamed up to create a TV show pilot called Curious Science.
During shooting, Shirly and Inger worked as co-directors on the documentary programme, which takes a look at three types of artificial intelligence and asks where this technology might take us in the future.
BA (Hons) Production for Live Events and Television 2015 showreel //
The School of Media show at LCC and Hotel Elephant, featuring BA (Hons) Film and Television, BA (Hons) Photography, BA (Hons) Photojournalism and BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design, continues until Thursday 11 June.