Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most vibrant and creative capital cities, and is regularly voted one of the most desirable places to live in the world. But what do our Film Directing students make of it?
‘Salt & Sauce’, the graduation film by students on the BA Hons Film and TV programme will have its premiere screening at the prestigious 61st BFI London Film Festival 2017.
- alumni film.
Alberto Iordanov won the award for his graduation film, "Bandit and the Ram"
Graduates from Edinburgh College of Art’s Film and TV department are behind three of the short films at Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) this year.
- alumni film.
Elias Sommer combined both his own childhood memories of his great uncle using his dentures as a ‘puppet’ and his irrational fear of losing a tooth when making his comedy film, Dentures of Death.
Kii Nche Ndutsa (Time and the Seashell) by Dr Itandehui Jansen is nominated in the Best Climate Emergency Film of the Year.
Mia Maxwell was selected to screen her short film - "Siempre, Hasta Luego" - in the Short Film Corner.
Take a look at our information series for Film Directing applicants. You’ll find new themes popping up on this page as we progress towards September 2018.
Alia Ghafar, who recently graduated from the Film and TV – BA (Hons) programme, will be showing her graduation film ‘Salt and Sauce’ at Summerhall.
Duncan Cowles and his co-director, Ross Hogg, have won the Best UK Short Film and the BFI RAW Award at the BFI Future Film Festival.