¡Vamos! shortlisted in The Times Higher Education Awards
SML Lecturer Dr Patricia Oliart is going with the representatives of Newcastle University to the award ceremony in London: ¡VAMOS! has been shortlisted in the ‘Excellence and Innovation in the Arts’ category of the 2013 Times Higher Education Awards, run through the Times Higher Education (THE) magazine. Congratulations!
Review of Kachkaniraqmi (I am still here) special screenng
As part of a series of activities dedicated to documentary films, the Research Centre in Film and Digital Media and the Americas Research Group at Newcastle University showed a special screening of Kachkaniraqmi (I am still here) on 25th October at the Side Cinema
The award winning documentary Algorithms, directed by new Newcastle University lecturer Ian McDonald will be screened at Culture Lab, Newcastle University on 5 Dec 2013, at 5.15 pm. This one-off special screening hosted by the Research Centre for Film and Digital Media will be followed by a Q&A with Ian McDonald and Geetha J, the producer of the film.
Algorithms (2012 / 96mins) is a feature documentary on young blind chess players from India.
Designing for grassroots documentaries: the problem with participatory production methods
Designing for grassroots documentaries: the problem with participatory production methods-Wednesday 27th November at 4pm in Culture Lab . In this session Dave Green (School of Computing Sciences) will examine a number of participatory filmmaking projects, including two documentary productions commissioned through the AHRC-funded Creative Exchange project.
Copy of NISR Springboard Event
An open space event for stimulating discussion.
Graduate boosts creative engineers
A Newcastle University graduate is helping a North East company create the next generation of interactive games, which will take pride of place in a multi-million pound Middle-East development.
Major boost for arts and humanities
Newcastle University, Durham University and Queen’s University Belfast are to receive a total of £11.2 million from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to establish the Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership (NBDTP).
Screening of Kachkaniraqmi (I am still here) followed by a special Q&A session with award-winning documentary film director Javier Corcuera as part of a series of activities dedicated to documentary film this year.