We make films for online publication to present the University's teaching, research and other activities to a global audience.
We provide a full script-to-screen service, working with you to develop your ideas before moving on to recording and editing. Work is filmed in broadcast-standard High Definition format.
We also offer advice to staff on using recording equipment and on film-making techniques and we can put you in touch with external suppliers for work such as video editing or duplication.
If you'd like to talk to us about producing a new film, please download and fill out our Film Production Initial Brief document (MS Word, 26KB). Please contact us through the IT Service Desk in the first instance.
You can see most of our recent work on the University’s You Tube channel.
We also provide advice on copyright issues and you can get further advice from the University Library.
Our work has won a number of awards and prizes.
The University pays for an ERA (Educational Recording Agency) licence which allows recordings of most TV and radio programmes to be used in teaching. An off-air recording service is available from the Audio Visual Services team.
We teach and mark undergraduate modules in practical film-making for the Department of History of Art and Film and for the Department of Media and Communication. We also contribute to other teaching and staff training courses.