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Dinosaur Shapes is a graduate film project made in 2013 by a group of Film, Radio and Television students.
This ‘mockumentary’ was made by Film, Radio and Television students in 2011. Friends and family attempt to break an addiction to Facebook.
Amanda Brent studied animation at Canterbury Christ Church University from 2008 until 2011, graduating with First Class Honours in January 2012.
This film project by Radio, Film and Television Studies students at Canterbury Christ Church University brings the tragic history of Anne Boleyn to life.
A young couple set off on a journey of exploration in this film about appreciating and celebrating life, nature and existence as they are, at their simplest..
A pair of disillusioned hitmen called 'Alf' and 'Bob' decide to spend their day at a British seaside town to try and cheer themselves up.
A stressed forensics student relaxes from his practical exam in an unconventional and slightly worrying way.
Beautifully shot, this mysterious short film draws the viewer into a sinister dream world.
Moloko is an art film that talks about tableau vivant through one painting, one photograph and one character which come together in the final scene.
A moving and poetically shot film written and directed by FRTV student Stuart Clark..
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