Studio led by Charlotte Worthington
“I‘ve forgotten who it was that said creation is memory. My own experiences and the various things I have read remain in my memory and become the basis upon which I create something new. I couldn’t do it out of nothing”- Akira Kurosawa
“Most of the basic material a writer works with is acquired before the age of fifteen”– Willa Cather
Human beings share common experiences and problems- so often the best stories are staring us in the face but how to find them? This studio encourages students to make compelling films based on their own immediate or past experiences, observations and memories.
Through a creative development process students will find the drama of real life and interesting characters exploring the boundaries between realist, experimental, poetic and fictional filmmaking.
During the course of the studio, students will participate in the production of three film projects; a film experiment, a “drama” project and a live project working to a client brief, as well as undertaking various technical exercises, a short script and undertaking various technical exercises, a short contributing to the School’s “Celebration” week.
Image: Chloe Evans, Elizabeth M. Williams and Martha Watson All press in “Nikola Adapts”
Studio led by Peter Hewitt
Artist’s impression of projection mapping in Rosemary Branch Theatre
Studio led by Mark Collington & Noriko Okaku
Projection mapping onto Surbiton Station by MA & BA Animation Course Leader
Studio led by Mark Collington. Teaching staff are Ben Melville, Charlotte Worthington, Jon Turner (Framestore), Sandra Denicke, Nadine Cotzee