Monthly Archives: March 2018

Film & TV Students work their final “Shift”

Last night marked the end of filming on the Shift project for our HN Television students. 27 students from both HNC and HND have worked tirelessly over the last 8 weeks on delivering promo material for the National Theatre of Scotland event which … Continue reading

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Work is a four letter word

There is a time when you near the end of a shift when you invariably start to clock watch. Everybody has done it at some point in their lives.  However, the students working on the Shift project have not faltered and they … Continue reading

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James Edwyn & The Borrowed Band: Pushing Statues

Back in December we covered the shoot for James Edwyn & the Borrowed Band’s song “Pushing Statues”, which was filmed at the Pearce Institute in Govan. The band have now posted the finished edit of the video to their official … Continue reading

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Former student talks about their BBC Modern Apprenticeship

“My advice for anyone who’s thinking about applying for an apprenticeship is definitely three words: Take the plunge.” In 2015 former New College Lanarkshire HNC Television student Stewart Campbell beat over 1300 applicants to gain a BBC Scotland modern apprenticeship. … Continue reading

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My week beats your year…

…so penned Lou Reed in his liner notes for his seminal masterpiece “Metal Machine Music”. In some ways this also sums up the Film & TV department at Cumbernauld. Last week the students worked on 5 different project including the … Continue reading

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Lecturer goes back to school

Film & TV Lecturer, Alan Moffat, visited Pirie Park Primary School in Govan this week as part of the school’s planned activities on STEM. He spoke to three P4 classes about some of the technical roles that make up the Film … Continue reading

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Students “Shift” snow to ensure project is kept on track

After a visit from the “Beast from the East”, the HNTV students got back into the “Shift” project and delivered an edit for Week 5. Johnathan Lynn and Cameron Shaw visited Whifflet Community centre on Tuesday evening and filmed interviews … Continue reading

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