Be The Fox is delighted to have been appointed to make a series of short films to raise awareness of life as a PhD student in the arts and humanities at techné.
Techné is a consortium made up of nine universities in London and the South East including University of Brighton, Royal Holloway University of London and Brunel University London.
The project is being run by the University of Brighton on behalf of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and we were awarded the work after a highly competitive tender process by impressing the project team with our professionalism, capability and creativity.
With pre-production starting at the beginning of June, Be The Fox will be responsible for creating a series of 15 films over the summer about all aspects of studying for a research degree drawing directly on the experiences of the students and staff.
Meg Price, managing director of Be The Fox, said: “We’re extremely excited to be working with the highly professional team at University of Brighton and techné. It’s a brilliant addition to our growing education sector portfolio and we can’t wait to get started on the films.”