2020 Pathways to Arts Culture & Heritage programme
Welcome, Exeter University Graduates!
Training students and recent graduates from Exeter University
In 2020 we have 3 interns working with Cornwall Film Festival from the Pathways to Arts Culture & Heritage programme at Exeter University. They have applied, been selected by the University, submitted applications and been interview by us before becoming part of our team for a month, as a funded placement.
Ashley (@ashleyeyvanaki) is a final-year student at the University of Exeter, where she has enjoyed taking English and Film Studies modules over the past three years. In her free time, she can be found watching horror films and exploring the Bill Douglas Cinema Museum. As a result, this year she decided to face her fears (quite literally) and write a dissertation on the victim-hero status of women in slasher films. After graduating she aims to become an author, with a particular interest in writing novels and adapting them into film scripts.
Bryan is a third-year history student at the University of Exeter. His interests include journalism, podcasting and modern British History. The Color Purple is “without a doubt” his favourite film! He looks forward to working with the Cornwall Film Festival and helping them share fascinating stories to the local community. Check out Bryan’s YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/
For those of you who missed Bryan presenting the anti-racism collective that aims to stamp out racism in Exeter University on BBC SPOTLIGHT here it is.
Maria is a final-year student management student at the University of Exeter. Her interests include podcasts, screenplay analysis and art history. Favourite movies include The Great Gatsby and Interstellar because of the shot usage. She looks forward to working with the Cornwall Film Festival and connecting to their audience.