Met Go teams up with Heritage Open Days!
Met Film School students and graduates recently worked with Heritage Open Days to produce engaging short films which promote their Open day events in September
Visual Effects and Animation Graduate Paul Martin used Strata Stencil animation to explore the meaning of Heritage in his stunning video Paper Story.
Students were given the creative brief and a short timeframe in which to produce their work, allowing them to experience the process of receiving a brief from a client, pitching an idea, then producing and delivering a finished product within a certain timeframe and budget.
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In September Heritage Open Days offer free access to architectural treasures and a wide range of tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life.
Read more about the project in this interview Met Film’s Graduate Opportunities Co-ordinator, Hannah Fawcett.
Met GO (Met Graduate Oppurtunities) is an important part of what we do at Met Film School, offering opportunities both through employment (permanent and freelance) and in entrepreneurial roles within industry for all students who show a flair for filmmaking and a passion for the work that they produce. We work in partnership with outside organisations, supporting the students throughout the process to ensure a valuable experience is had by all.