Mash-Up Filmmaking Competition

 
 
Monday 9th December 2019
 
 
 
The EAFA Mash-Up Filmmaking Competition will return in February 2020!
 
 

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You can also contact us with any questions by email at eafa@uea.ac.uk or by phone on (01603) 592664.

In the meantime, please take a look at the winning entries for previous competition years, below.

 

 

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Monday 16th November 2019
 

EAFA Mash-Up 2019 Winners

Theme: "Discovery"

 

Winning Entry in the '18 and Over' category

'Birds' by Benjamin Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winning Entry in the 'Under 18' category 

'The Discovery' by Jacob Warr

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, 16 September 2019

 

Mash-Up Filmmaking Competition 2019

Winners Announcement

 

A huge thank you to the filmmakers who entered this years competition, we loved watching each and every film!

 

The winners have now been selected, and are as follows:

 

Under 18 category:  Jake Warr

 

Over 18 category: Benjamin Taylor

 

Jake and Benjamin will each receive £250 cash, a subscription to Little White Lies magazine, and a pair of tickets to see their films premiered at the Norwich Film Festival this November. The winning entries will be preserved for the future in EAFA’s ‘digital vaults’, and made available to view on www.eafa.org.uk in due course. 

 

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Monday, 15th September 2018

 

EAFA Mash-Up 2018 Winners

Theme: "Transformation"

 

Winning Entry in the '18 and Over' category

'Transformation' by Joseph Goode

 

 

 

 

 

The '18 and Overs' runner-ups were Kay Woods and Matthew Shenton.

 
 

 

Winning Entry in the 'Under 18' category 

'Versatile' by Lauren Fry

 

 

 

 

The 'Under 18' runner-ups were Kaira Bundock and Signals Media (Marley, Milo, and Alasdair).

 

 

 

 

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Monday, 19 February 2018
 

Mash-Up Filmmaking Competition Trailer 2018

 

 

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EAFA Mash-Up 2017 Winners and Finalists

Theme: "Today's The Day"

 

Winning Entry in the '18 and Over' category

'Labor Omnia Vincit (L.O.V.)' by Ella Finch

 

 

Winning Entry in the 'Under 18' category 

'Today's The Day' by Tierney Knights

 

 

 

Finalist in the '18 and Over' category

'My Family History by Jack' by Jack Sauverin

 

 

 

Finalist in the '18 and Over' category

'This' by Jess Marshall

 

 

 

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EAFA Mash-Up 2015-16 Winners

 

Winning Entry in the '18 and Over' category

'An Incomplete Catalogue' by Lucy Cash

 

 
A monocle-wearing livestock fancier imagines a winning gamble; young Dora’s mind wanders far from the job in hand at the laundry workhouse, and as the sails turn on his windmill, stoic Mr MacFarlane muses on the weather.  With narration through title cards, the subtle addition of sound effects, and the perfectly knitting together of once seemingly disparate scenes, Lucy Cash recreates the day dreams of a band of colourful characters to produce the winning entry in the Over 18s category, “An Incomplete Catalogue … of escaped thoughts”.
 

 

Winning Entry in the 'Under 18' category

'Green Screen Time Masheen' by Signals Media

 

 

A group of teenagers worked with Signals Media Arts Centre to produce the winning film in the Under 18s category.  “Green Screen Time Masheen” is just that!  With tongue-in-cheek, the filmmakers travel back in time with the use of modern green screen digital technology.  Whether to mischievously swipe a pint of beer from a thirsty man, or spy on a Broads twitcher, the filmmakers are transported to the scenarios occupied in the archive footage, providing a quirky and tech-savvy winning film.

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EAFA Mash-Up 2014 Winner

'Mother's Bake Night' by Yvonne Odell

 

 

Yvonne chose to combine excerpts from the 1950s short drama ‘Mirage’ – about a man’s knightmarish mission to quench his thirst - with audio visual material she created herself. The sound, a clash of notes, is influenced by the simple electronic suspense soundtracks of 70s horror movies.