Category Archives: Student successes

Limbic Cinema

A group of our students are part of an artist’s collective called Limbic Cinema. Whilst at UWE, they made a documentary about the rhythms of life in Bali which was screened as a triptych and performed in a theatre with a live orchestra. Subsequently it was commissioned as part of the London Olympics, Cultural Olympiad as a 360 degree live film.

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Here is Limbic Cinema’s latest venture – an amazing piece of projection mapping for Trinity May Ball about the history of time. What I like about these students is the intelligent way in which they are pushing film into new territory – using multiple projections, live performance and a strong conceptual underpinning for their creative treatment of ideas.

My teaching at UWE

As part of my role at UWE, I teach filmmaking and creative media to undergraduates, masters and PhD students. Over the years I have seen many of our students achieve great things and this continues to be a very rewarding part of what I do.


You can read about my early days of teaching at UWE in this published paper or in this archive and watch a more recent short video piece of me talking about my approach. In this part of my blog, I will be posting about the interesting things that my graduates are up to.