January 25, 2010
An impressive 16 entries from the University of Glamorgan’s Cardiff School of Creative & Cultural Industries have been shortlisted for this year’s Ffresh awards.
Ffresh – the Student Moving Image Festival of Wales – features the best student work from Wales, the UK, and abroad, along with masterclasses, panel sessions and workshops with some of the industry’s most renowned and respected figures.
The purpose of the festival is to celebrate the best work being created by the up-and-coming moving image talent from around the world, and to provide a vital link between higher education and the media sector.
The festival takes place annually at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre and the results of this year’s awards will be revealed on Friday 12th February.
This year’s University of Glamorgan students on the shortlist include:
Another Last Case – Matt Pollock & Nick Clackett
Sky-Caper – Todd Setter & Dean Wright
Super Lexi Games – Bryony James
Five Ways of Seeing Iraq – Hashen Zaini
Videotapes- Brenning Hayden & Lucy Lawson – Duckett
Games and Interactive Media
National Museum of Wales – Luke Collins
Pulp Fiction DVD – Jalal Ali
BBC iPlayer Ident – Geraint Thomas & Rory Williams
02 Advert – Edward Andrews
The Thing Title Sequence – Krystian Morgan
Blipverts- Inga Krikciukaite
Emancipator – Huw Caddy
Presets- Jo Durrant
Aaron – Edward Andrews
Blok – Krystian Morgan
Tomorrow – Jalal Ali