We could be Royal

Film students from the Cass have recently completed a film for the Royal Academy which captures the responses of poets and musicians to the Sensing Spaces Exhibition.
Date: 6 June 2014
Film students from the Cass have recently completed a film for the Royal Academy which captures the responses of poets and musicians to the Sensing Spaces Exhibition.
 
We Make Film, the student led Production Company at the Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design has completed a film about Wandering Words, an event at the recent Sensing Spaces exhibition which features musicians from The Royal College of Music and Poets from Ekphrasis responding creatively to the major architectural exhibition.
 
Subtitled 'Architecture Reimagined', the Sensing Spaces exhibition in Spring 2014 saw the Royal Academy task seven architects with reawakening visitors' sensibilities to the spaces around them – bringing to the fore the experiential qualities of architecture.
 
The Film can be seen on Youtube and via the Royal Academy Website and will be shown on the big screen at the NFT on the Southbank on the 17th June as part of the FINAL CUTS event.
 
Established in 2012 by film tutor Charlotte Worthington as part of the BA Film and Broadcast Production degree, The We Make Film production company is a combination of Producers, Directors, Camera Operators, Editors, writers and PR team. We Make Film clients already include the Bank of England, The Art Party Conference The Royal Society of Arts and the innovative online media platform The Samosa
 
Talking about the project at the RA, Charlotte said, "Filming the two evening events at the Royal Academy was a fantastic 'hands on' learning experience for the production team .Around 15 students were involved in the shoot which was both technically and logistically challenging. They did a brilliant job."

News details

Royal Academy: royalacademy.org.uk/
Watch film: youtube.com
Sensing Spaces Blog: sensingspaces.org.uk

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