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Free Online Course, Explore Filmmaking: from Script to Screen

Learn from award-winning filmmakers how films go from script to screen with this film production course from the BFI Film Academy.


The Sunday Times/University of Warwick Young Writer of the Year Award is now open for 2020 entries

The Sunday Times/University of Warwick Young Writer of the Year Award is awarded for a full-length published or self-published (in book or ebook formats) work of fiction, non-fiction or poetry, by an author aged 18 – 35 years. The winner receives £5,000, as well as a ten week residency at the University of Warwick and a one-year membership of the London Library. There are three prizes of £500 each for runners-up. The winning book will be a work of outstanding literary merit.

Tue 21 Apr 2020, 08:12 | Tags: Young Writer of The Year Award, Author

See more reviews from the press on Lucy Brydon's feature film: Body of Water

See the latest reviews on Lucy's feature film

Mon 30 Mar 2020, 09:40 | Tags: WWP, Warwick Writing Programme

Some great news at the end of a challenging week

Zeena Faulk, third-year PhD in Translation Studies student, has just had her translation of Mohammad Khudayyir's The Ancient Storyteller published in ArabLit's Spring issue The Road (pp. 66-79). Many congratulations, Zeena, and thanks for brightening our week with this news!

Mon 30 Mar 2020, 09:22 | Tags: Postgraduate, WWP, Warwick Writing Programme

Theatre Studies PhD researcher has been long listed for National Poetry Prize 2019

Congratulations to Alison Porter from the Theatre Studies team, who has been longlisted out of the 16,000 applicants for the National Poetry Prize 2019. Her work was also long-listed in 2015.

Fri 27 Mar 2020, 11:54 | Tags: Postgraduate, Creative Writing

National Theatre at Home, plays streamed every Thursday

From April 2, under the banner of National Theatre at Home, every Thursday (7pm) will see a new National Theatre play released – free to watch for one week – along with bonus content including cast and creative Q&As and post-stream talks.

Fri 27 Mar 2020, 08:36

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