'The Beautiful World of Creative Industries' is a short documentary by graphic / motion designer D.Gabriele Mockute, made as Final Major Project piece for CASS.
Date: 31 May 2014
Are future students aware of what a potential course in Creative Industries can offer? How can we possibly demonstrate this in an engaging and informative way?
'The Beautiful World of Creative Industries' is a short documentary by graphic/ motion designer D.Gabriele Mockute, made as Final Major Project piece for CASS.
In her own words
'The documentary highlights the problem of potential students not visualising what it feels like to study in a certain sector. Blending cinematographic footage and motion graphics, the aim is to introduce future students to Creative Industries in a compelling way by capturing real scenes from daily students' routine.'
Even though D.Gabriele keeps a multi-disciplinary approach on all of her projects, she is mainly focused on Film Production and Motion Graphics. She also had a chance working on some great projects for 'Games of Thrones', 'Ferrero Rocher', 'Deloitte', 'Robinson', 'Weetabix', 'Last Minute' clients - all as part of Work Placement module (CIP) during her final year. '
Excitement, ambition and passion for what you do - all in one documentary.
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