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Oscar-nominated film editor Jon Harris – who has edited 127 Hours, Kick Ass, and The Woman in Black, (to name but a few…) took to the Arts Theatre to share his knowledge, and give us a glimpse into the life of a successful editor. Jon grew up making short films as a child, all of which he acted in, filmed, and edited himself. His passion grew from there, and he went on to complete a film course at Harrow in London. He then spent a year assisting on films, where he met Guy Richie. Gaining editing work through him, …
As head of production at Warp Films – Barry Ryan shared his experiences of producing films & TV shows. Warp Films first began as Warp Records in 1989, CEO Mark Herbert expressed his concern with trying to push visual artists. Following this they soon became Warp Films – Dead Man’s Shoes became the first feature – length film produced. The company also worked with director Shane Meadows to produce This Is England, and decided to continue the success with a TV series, as they wanted to re-visit the characters and explore their interests. Barry got his foot in the door …
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We’re excited to announce that we will once again be a main sponsor of Nottingham’s favourite festival, Splendour! We’ve been involved with Splendour for the last six years and will be back again at this year’s festival on 23 July 2016. We’ll be running the Confetti stage, offering our students the opportunity to get vital hands-on experience at one of the biggest live events in the Midlands! Craig Chettle, Chief Executive Confetti ICT, said: “Confetti is delighted to be supporting Splendour for the sixth consecutive year. Confetti is all about providing real opportunities for our students to work with and …