Why Goldsmiths? Diana Aroutiounova (MA Digital Media: Technology and Cultural Form, 2012) writes about her Goldsmiths experience and what she has gone to do since leaving I applied to study at Goldsmiths on a whim. I was living in Greece with my mom back then and was not sure what to do with my life, except that […]Read more "Guest Post by alumna Diana Aroutiounova"
Beings magazine – The human side of travel Guest post by Gavin Williams (BA English and Modern Literature, 2011) Beings is a new independent print publication about travel, focussing on the people we meet in new places – made by me, a former Goldsmiths student. I studied English and Modern Literature, graduating in 2011. I […]Read more "Guest Post: Beings Magazine"
The Female Voice @ BAFTA Los Angeles Julia Dos Santos (BA Media and Communications, 2016) was nominated to win one of four top prizes at the BAFTA Los Angeles Student Film Awards in the documentary category for “The Female Voice”. The documentary was made in collaboration with Minji Kim (BA Media and Communications, 2016) and Jeanette Lee […]Read more "Guest Post: The Female Voice"
Unrest, a documentary produced by Lindsey Dryden (BA Media and Communications, 2003) and directed by Jennifer Brea, has been selected as one of the highly anticipated narrative documentaries to receive a world premiere. About Sundance Film Festival Founded by Robert Redford in 1978, the Sundance Film Festival celebrates creativity and independence in cinema. This year, […]Read more "Alumna’s documentary premieres at Sundance Film Festival 2017"
Wooden Overcoats created by David K. Barnes (MA Writing for Performance, 2013), an original radio sitcom about rival funeral directors, has recently been nominated for this year’s PRIX EUROPA for Radio in the Digital Audio category. PRIX EUROPA is a weeklong trimedia festival and the biggest professional forum of its kind. This year it is celebrating […]Read more "Alumni Podcast Nominated for PRIX EUROPA"
sounddelivery presents Being the Story, a one-day event celebrating the power of thought-provoking storytelling. The event held on Friday, 16 September 2016 at Conway Hall, London features the stories of 10 inspirational individuals that will spark conversations, challenge perceptions and provoke ideas. The line up of speakers includes a social entrepreneur, filmmaker, blogger, campaigner and photojournalist – […]Read more "Being the Story"
The Quipu Project, developed by a collective formed by filmmakers Maria Court (MA Screen Documentary, 2011), Rosemarie Lerner (MA Screen Documentary, 2011) and Sebastian Melo (MA Digital Media: Technology and Cultural Form, 2011) along with creative technologist Ewan Cass-Kavanagh (MA Creating Social Media, 2012), officially launched on Thursday, 10 December 2015 on International Human Rights’ […]Read more "Official launch of the Quipu Project"
This year our Media and Communications students continue the Goldsmiths tradition of creating a Christmas animation for our alumni community. We presented our Christmas animation brief at the start of a two-day ‘taster’ in stop-motion animation. Taster modules offer students an introduction to all the practice areas available on the Media and Communications degree. These […]Read more "The making of the Goldsmiths Christmas animation"
Olivia Humphreys (MA Screen Documentary, 2010) won the 2015 ShortDocs Challenge for her radio story, What Makes a Good Marriage, at the Third Coast Festival in Chicago. What Makes a Good Marriage is a story about how her grandparents met. Now in their 90s and married for nearly 70 years they offer their advice on […]Read more "Alumna wins 2015 ShortDocs Challenge"
Short documentary Knit Me Some Happiness by Sofia Olins (MA Screen Documentary, 2009) won the ARRI Short Film Challenge at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest. Knit Me Some Happiness was shot, edited and mixed in three days at Sheffield Doc/Fest as part this challenge. Sheffield Doc/Fest partnered with ARRI, the industry-leading provider of technology and services for motion […]Read more "Alumna wins ARRI Short Film Challenge 2015"