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ARU Student Films at the Arts Picturehouse 

By Kiana Rad - First of all I’d like to start by saying a massive congratulations to all the Anglia Ruskin Film and Media students for their great efforts in their final projects last year...

By Kiana Rad

First of all I’d like to start by saying a massive congratulations to all the Anglia Ruskin Film and Media students for their great efforts in their final projects last year. There was a fantastic range of creative and thoughtful pieces throughout all the year groups with captivating themes such as ‘portrayal’ where second-year students such as myself were asked to create a short film based around an inspirational or fascinating person in their lives.

On the 21st September from 10am you can get the chance to see a selected 14 short films from our students at the Arts Picturehouse in town. This programme is free as a part of our Welcome Week here at ARU so gather your friends and support our university’s talented young filmmakers. The films will be screening in screen 3 from 10am onwards and the names and filmmakers screening on the day are:

Chapter One – Simon Poggi
Telegames – Alex Fryer and James Mearns
Solitude Within Multitude – Catarina Rodrigues and Daniela Florez
Heart-Shaped Box – Lee Renwick and Charlie Bassett
Reach – Joshua Vallely
Head in the Clouds – Jacob Wong
Iconic Film Scenes – Ben Crisp
The Wild – Elliott Skilton
Penguin – Demi Goodwin
Living Through War – Kiana Rad
True Colours- Sharmin Yousuf and Gloria Sylviana
Helen – Fraser White
Nous – Anna Kyriazidou
Low Battery – Harry Pull, Tom Goodridge and Matt Cairns

We hope to see you there!

Image Credit: Arts Picturehouse Cambridge

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