NFTS Games Grads (and staff) at GDC!

The week of February 27th saw the global Games industry head once again to San Francisco for the annual GDC conference. This year five people associated with the course attended and met up for lunch in an ‘American Graffiti’ themed place called Mel’s Diner… From left to right. Richard Fine was one of the original …

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Saying Goodbye and Good Luck to the Graduating class of ’17

On the 22nd February we said “so long”, “stay in touch” and “best of luck” to the graduating class of 2017. It’s been a good two years and between them, these guys have arguably made the best group of projects to date (gauntlet thrown down to this year!). Personally speaking, they have been a joy …

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NFTS Grads Secure Roles at BAFTA-Winning Supermassive Games

*This has been (slightly) adapted from the official NFTS website and was written by Vicky Hewlett* NFTS GRADS SECURE ROLES AT BAFTA-WINNING SUPERMASSIVE GAMES “You just need an imagination, a creative side and the will to make great games!” Two National Film and Television School (NFTS) Games Design and Development MA graduates, Naomi Kotler and …

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NFTS Games Graduation Showcase 20 / 21 Feb – Picturehouse Central

Next weeks see’s our annual NFTS Grad showcase where we join the other departments in the school in showing the results of the second year projects. Alongside fiction, animation, documentary, television screening will be our Games showcase. MONDAY 20th FEBRUARY   10am – 8pm* TUESDAY 21st FEBRUARY   10am – 4pm PICTUREHOUSE CENTRAL, PICCADILLY, LONDON. …

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EGX 2016 Video

During our time exhibiting at EGX back in September, Adam Comrie, a first year student on the Games course, came up to Birmingham to capture some footage. In between playthroughs he also had a word or two with the second year students showcasing their games. Here’s the video!