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Dr Chris Bilton from the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies shares industry thoughts on the current pandemic

Listen to Dr Bilton's podcast here where he discusses new forms of collaboration, the rush to digital and the threat to artists. Take a look at his video titled What does it mean to be ‘productive’ at work.

Fri 22 May 2020, 13:27 | Tags: Online, Industry, SCAPVC

J.S. Loveard Collaboration with Via Nova

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J.S. Loveard, one of the Literary Practice PhDs from the Warwick Writing Programme, has collaborated with Birmingham-based experimental vocal ensemble Via Nova on their recording project Where the Marsh Plants Grow. He contributes a text for a brand new piece “Rogation” which through the medieval holy festival of Rogationtide meditates on the past, boundaries, and violence. Through improvisation, the piece was devised by Via Nova with guidance by their musical director, Daniel Galbreath and J.S. Loveard. It sits proudly alongside works by contemporary composers Kerry Andrew, Emily Doolittle, Percy Pursglove, and Olly Chalk in an album that explores ‘the many ways through which we relate to the earth: through science and agriculture, through metaphor and memory, through our very bodies’.

 Where the Marsh Plants Grow was a recording project funded by Arts Council England, and as of Friday 15th May, is available for CD and download on the Focused Silence record label: https://www.focusedsilence.com/product/via-nova-where-the-marsh-plants-grow/


Term Two speaker Catherine Bray is on I player

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Watch this episode on filmmakers, featuring term two-speaker Catherine Bray

Meet the Family, voiced by Kathy Burke (Nil by Mouth, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), puts cinematic families on the analyst's couch for a deep dive into what makes some of the most dysfunctional dynasties in cinema tick.


Global Connections Creative Challenge

If you're looking for a break from your assignments, light boredom relief, or a way to keep your family occupied, you're in the right place!

Each week of term we'll be posting a challenge for you to attempt over the weekend - please do share your creations with us and we'll post them on the Student Opportunity Instagram page for others to marvel at too!

Wed 13 May 2020, 13:28 | Tags: Online

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.