WE ARE HIRING!

A new post of ‘Film Festival Coordinator and Tutor‘ at the Film Department of Liverpool John Moores University has just been announced (closing date for applications: 6th September 2021): https://jobs.ljmu.ac.uk/…/film-festival-coordinator… We are looking for someone with a range of technical and creative skills (web design, graphic design, post-production skills), knowledge/experience of how film festivals operateContinue reading “WE ARE HIRING!”

In Numbers

With over 2000 visitors from 47 countries, the first edition of the LJMU MA Short Film Festival exceeded our expectations. In addition to this, we received very positive feedback: from filmmakers, calling it very well organised; from audiences, who were surprised by the high quality of the films; and from our MA in Film students,Continue reading “In Numbers”

Paper Bird Awards

Congratulations to the Paper Bird Award winners! Strand Film Director Fiction End of the World Karol Ulman Animation Blue Monday Katarzyna Orłowska Documentary Rain Pot Gordon Moore 2021 Winners Highlights of the ceremony: Jury statements Fiction: “An introspective view into the concept of mortality and the relationships formed through loss. The film is at once concrete and abstract.Continue reading “Paper Bird Awards”

Q&A Fiction

Here is yesterday’s recording of the fiction Q&A, hosted by Connor Norcott. Thanks to everyone for a great turnout! Filmmakers: Aleksei Borovikov (One More Please), Andy Heath & John Tod (This Place), Laury Herubel (Trashbag), Leonard Mink & cinematographer Julian Zalac (Flicker), Michał Piotrowski (Lolo), Joanna Różniak (Helena 25/65), Karol Ulman & cinematographer Maksymilian PlaterContinue reading “Q&A Fiction”

BBC Radio Merseyside

Today in our online class we tuned into BBC Radio Merseyside to listen to our MA in Film students Katherine Morrison and Cammy Glover discussing the LJMU MA Short Film Festival with Helen Jones! Big thanks to the BBC and of course Katherine and Cammy who did an amazing job! Click on this link orContinue reading “BBC Radio Merseyside”