The National Film and Television's, Motion Graphics and Titles students made a set of films to promote their ideas of London as a National Park City.

Are you a student or do you run a course? Might you be able to produce something which tells your own personal story of London as National Park City?

A script was conceived and written by National Park City trustee’s and advisors: Judy Ling Wong, Steve Pocock and Mark Chaudoir and then developed by the students following the brief: "To showcase and celebrate London as a National Park City that pays equal attention to both outstanding nature and the potential for nature within the built environment – where people live and where people work."

The iconic London pigeon was selected as the narrator of the film, and then the students were left to fly with their own ideas and visions of London! There are nearly 9 million different views of London and everyone can be a leader and make the city greener, healthier and wilder. The students produced four very different views of life in London.

All the students were on the National Film and Television School's Motion Graphics and Titles Course.

My thanks to all the students who took part and put so much of their energy and ideas into the films. The films by Chris King, Isaac Edeh, Gintare Tamasauskaite, and Maria Cerrato were first premiered at the #NationalParkCity Fair and can now be watched below.

If you are a student and interested in creating something for London as a National Park City then let your imagination fly! We'd love to see and hear your ideas. Have fun with the brand, present a different view of London's wildness, green and blue and how anyone can Make A Difference. Share you're ideas with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - we'd love to hear them!

Mark Chaudoir, is an award-winning director. He has worked at BBC and Red Bee Media before becoming a freelance director of commercials and content films and also lecturers at National Film and TV school and Brunel University.

 

 

 

 

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