Wall to wall success
Selected posters are on display at the BFI during the festival and will also be displayed on an online gallery on the Birds Eye View website.
Date: 22 April 2014
Julia Noorsoo and Virginia Hodge, two Graphic Design students from Studio: The New Hybrids have won the Bird’s Eye Film Festival Poster competition, organised by creative network Ideas Tap,
Selected posters are on display at the BFI during the festival and will also be displayed on an online gallery on the Birds Eye View website. The winning poster designers will join a session called ‘Looking After Your Assets’, as part of the exclusive Creative Skillset Filmonomics programme looking at the art of poster design, and how to create the right leading image for the effective marketing of a film and this will be a great opportunity to meet and network with industry experts and practitioners.
Bill Brown, BA Graphic Design Course Leader and Studio Leader of New Hybrids, commented, " The competition was quite intensive and open to students and professional designers, so to have not one but two winners is fantastic, Julia and Virginia have done exceptionally well."
Birds Eye View Film festival is an annual event to showcase and explore the outstanding contributions of women film practitioners to Cinema. This year GONE TOO FAR, the debut feature directed by Cass Film and Broadcast Production alumna Destiny Ekaragha is among the films curated for the programme.
- Festival: birds-eye-view.co.uk
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