Students from Film and Broadcast production screen their work at London’s BFI Southbank each year just before graduating. This year’s screening will be held on Friday 14 June.
Date: 04 June 2019
The annual ‘Final Cuts’ screening offers students graduating from Film and Broadcast Production BA (now Film and Television Production) the chance to screen their work at one of the most well-known cinemas in London.
Organised by the Film and Broadcast Production BA team at London Met, the event has been running since 2013. Course leader, Dr. Jeremy Collins said: "We are excited to be back at the BFI again this year where our students will be displaying the skills and creativity in filmmaking which they have developed over the three years of their degree course. I’m looking forward to seeing their work on the big screen at the Southbank!"
A wide range of fiction and non-fiction projects will be presented, from documentaries to music videos. Among the projects are:
- Georgia A drama by Ignacio Bazan, Filip Saulski, and Sid Daby focusing on a captivating love story between a drug dealer and a Trans woman
- Unhealthy South A documentary by Adijat Anifowose, Eduardo Topertzer & Charly Nolan offering insight into adult obesity in South East London
- Frank A dark drama by Ares Sirvent, James Burrows college student who suffers great sexual excitement from blood and who becomes involved in the toxic relationship between his two best friends
- Pop A drama by Filip Saulski, Sid Daby tells the story of a young woman desperate to reconnect with her Father.
The annual ‘Final Cuts’ screening originally stemmed from the ‘Exhibition and Representation’ module where students explore approaches to producing showreels, programming and showing work as well as the uses of PR, marketing and social media.
Image: From Shakka Shades Commercial by Kelvin Chikorowondo
14 June , 2pm