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Students from the Film Production course at The Arts University Bournemouth have once again excelled in the Kodak Student Commercial Awards in London, walking away with first prize in three different commercial categories and third place overall for their commercial ‘Teenage Moments’ for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) is celebrating following its ‘Olympic’ success in the 2012 Podium Awards, a prestigious one-off celebration recognising the vital role colleges and universities across the UK play in delivering the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Lauren Holman, a second year BA (Hons) Costume with Performance Design student from The Arts University Bournemouth has been awarded the Dents Prize for the Most Commercial Design in the Worshipful Company of Glovers of London, 2012 Student Glove Design Competition.
BA (Hons) Photography student, Ruby Squires, has been rewarded for her hard work and commitment to the Re:View Photograph project by winning the Volunteer Award for Outstanding Contribution to Cultural Legacy in the South West 2011. The Re:View Photography Project was set up to inspire young people from Boscombe to learn about photography and offer students from the AUB the chance to work alongside a professional photographer and community arts practitioner.
Shiro Araki, a graduating MA Costume student from The Arts University Bournemouth, has been awarded the MA prize for outstanding contribution to his studies, which have seen him engage in his work with fellow students and staff throughout his year on the MA course.
Two graduates from the Costume with Performance Design course at Arts University Bournemouth had their costumes selected for the Brancott Estate World of WearableArt (WOW) Awards Show in New Zealand at the end of August.
Students from the 3rd year of the Film Production course at the Arts University Bournemouth are celebrating following an extremely successful Kodak Student Commercial Awards where they won seven awards including the Overall Winners Category.
The Kodak Student Commercial Awards has been running since the 1980’s. It is open to all students on film, media or television courses in the UK and Ireland. It invites them to produce a 30-45 second commercial following a live brief for the companies Kodak Easyshare, Dove and The Industry Trust. The finished commercial is then judged by a jury of industry creatives.
University Illustration graduate Emily Golden Twomey is celebrating after a book she illustrated, The Loon on the Moon, has been nominated for an award.
Graduation animation Train of Thought, by Leo Bridle and Ben Thomas, was shortlisted for both a British Animation Award and a Royal Television Society (RTS) Award in 2010.
Graduate James Norman won Best Game and Gameplay at the GAME British Academy Video Games Awards 2010 for his work on Batman: Arkham Asylum.
2008 Film Production graduate and freelance film director Rob Brown's graduation film, Echoes, was named as Best Student Film at the Cine Gear Expo 2010 at Paramount Studios in Hollywood.
Graduation animation Lullaby, by Nick White and Emma Neesham, won a RTS Student Television Award in both the regional and national categories.