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the industry school for the creative arts and multimedia production

E3P:

the in-house production company for eutc.

At Elstree University Technical College, our Projects, Partnerships and Productions team specialise in independent/corporate film production, podcast creation and design work. The department is designed to deliver outstanding results following the development of a brief (in collaboration with clients) and to ensure strong foundations in learning and mentoring the next generation of Creative Industry professionals.

 
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what do we do?

The Projects & Partnerships team at Elstree University Technical College help develop our students skills whilst working with industry clients such as MOBO Unsung, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Apples & Snakes, The Royal Navy & Team Margot. The Projects and Partnerships department is run as a professional production company within the EUTC providing work experience with external clients to develop industry ready skills for all our students.

 

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what have we done so far?

Projects and Partnerships create opportunities for students to work professionally and to learn the technical and creative skills required to enter the industry with credibility.  Take a look at some of the work our students have created at Elstree University Technical College.

 
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Our Winter 2018 Musical Event - Loserville (produced and performed by the students of Elstree University Technical College) ran from the 18th - 20th December 2018. Our students put on a spectacular show, with praise from the writer of the West End show.

Loserville is centred around 17-year-old Michael Dork, who is called a nerd, geek and slacker by others. Socially marginalised by the entire school and constantly picked on by Eddie, the coolest boy in school, Michael is desperate to find his ticket outta Loserville. But when stunning new girl Holly arrives, Michael is introduced to a whole new world of cool.

Over 100 students performed, produced, stage managed, crewed and hosted the event - all were assessed for their Production Technology or Performing Arts qualifications.

 
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