Cass Film students interview top TV Journalist Jon Snow.
Date: 26 January 2013
3rd Year film & broadcast students impressed Jon Snow with their filming techniques and in depth interview questions. The group met the journalist and presenter as part of the project they are currently working on for the Royal Society of Arts and The Samosa.
The film will form part of a collection of short films to feature on the RSA website next month, investigating Pakistan from refreshing and revealing perspectives.
The project is one of many commissions from real clients that stem from the DIY Studio run by lecturers Charlotte Worthington & Jane Barnwell as part of the BA Film and Broadcast Production course. The students are also working with the Bank of England among other clients.
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