2009 graduate Vida Vega has been nominated in the Student categories and Public Choice British Animation Awards for both her graduation film 'A dog for every balcony' and '/mi'au, myau/'
‘Betty’s’ by Becky Bush has been accepted into ‘Stoke your Fires’ Festival
'The Illusionist’ by Amy Nicholls has been accepted into Stamford Childrens Film Festival.
‘Bingo’ by Luke Carlton got into the Melbourne Film Festival Deepfried Festival.
‘The Illusionist’ by Amy Nicholls has been accepted into the Strawberry Shorts Festival in Cambridge.
Chloe Rodham Graduation film ‘Smile’ was profiled on the Stopframe blog www.stopframeblog.com/
First year student Victoria Smith’s film ‘The Storm Dragon’, inspired by Ray Harryhausen’s skeleton sequence in ‘Jason and the Argonauts’ won the Ray Harryhausen Stop Motion Animation competition.
Congratulations go to Victoria who has spent her summer not only on this, but filming for the BBC at Wimbledon amongst other work experiences!
‘Neonatal’ by 2010 Graduate Sam Lehane has been nominated for the Best of Animation award as part of Exposures 2010.
Fellow Graduates Chloe Rodham with her film ‘Smile’ and Luke Simpson with his film ‘The Grendal Scratchmander’ have also had their work selected for the festival.
Oscar winner and Farnham Graduate, Daniel Greaves came to talk to the animation students about his experience of film making, the industry and running his successful studio Tandem for twenty five years.
2009 graduate Jonathan Topf directed and fellow graduate Vida Vega animated the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures 2010 title sequence for BBC4
Mercy Ty’s second year film ‘I AM DYSLEXIA’ has been accepted as a finalist in this years ANIMAHENASYON, Philippine Animation Festival.
‘Betty’s’ by Becky Bush was selected for the NAHEMI screening at Exposures in Bristol.
‘Betty’s’ by Becky Bush was awarded second prize at the Twin Rivers Media Festival. It was also screened at the 38th Festival of Nations, Ebensee Austria
'Betty’s’ by Becky Bush was screened at the East End Festival