Posts tagged: Noise Festival

The University of Salford at Noise Festival 2014

13 October 2014


Noise Festival is an annual celebration of up and coming creative talent in the UK. The festival is made up of various events across the country throughout September, October and November and is curated by several key figures from the creative industry. This year’s curators include musician Brian Eno (music & arts), fashion designer Giles Deacon (fashion), director Clive Barker (film), games designer Ian Livingston CBE (games & interactive), and comedian Doc Brown (comedy) among others. read more

Salford Animation Students’ work is shown in House of Commons

30 September 2014

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Three BA (Hons) Animation students recently had their short film Growing Pains handpicked by computer games mogul Ian Livingston to be shown in the House of Commons as part of the Noise Festival; a celebration of up and coming filmmakers, writers, artists and musicians.

Patrick Bucknall, Tom Priest and Jake Love worked together on the short animation for their final project, which they showcased it at this year’s Create Salford festival. The film was seen by a representative of Noise who later contacted the trio to suggest that they submitted it for consideration. read more