You’ll be amongst the first to use our new £9.1million Digital Media Hub, as well as studying in our dedicated media facilities in Space2.
Confetti Technical Services will be holding workshops throughout the year on safe operation of unmanned aerial photography drones. CAA PfCO trained pilots will show you how to safely and legally operate camera drones in the UK.
We now stock both DJI Mavic Pro and Inspire drones which will be available for use by degree level Creative Media students after completing training.
Drones and the camera gimbals they carry are now a key filmmaking tool, allowing access to cinematic shots previously inaccessible to most.
MEET THE INDUSTRY
Expect a course jam-packed with big-name guests hosting talks and workshops, giving you the chance to meet some of the most well-connected names in the music industry.
- Director Shane Meadows
- BAFTA winner Vicky McClure
- Documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield
- Emmerdale actors Sammy Winward and Roxy Shahidi
- Motion and facial capture artist Rebecca Leybourne (Star Wars and The Avengers)
- Aardman Animations (Shaun the Sheep)
Get IMDb credits while you’re studying
Nottinghamshire’s very own TV channel sees our TV & film students getting hands-on, real industry experience. In 2016 alone, Notts TV offered 260 work experience opportunities, totalling a massive 396 hours!
Over 100 students work on feature film
Over the past two years, local director, actor and stuntman, Adam Collins, and our very own TV & Film tutor, Luke Radford, have been directing the action feature film ‘Outlawed’ with the help of over 100 past and present Confetti students!
Alex Williams scoops job at ITV
Over 200 hours of volunteer experience, including production roles at Notts TV, have set Alex apart from the rest, and helped him land a prestigious job at ITV. We caught up with Alex to find out about his journey so far.
Our alumni are a talented group. Here’s what some of them have been up to since graduating:
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