As part of their Film and Media club and society, Paston media students have been working with the Arts Council, the Heritage Lottery Fund, North Norfolk Council and Cromer Museum to create three films to mark the achievement of the life and works of portrait photographer Olive Edis.
Olive was the first female war photographer during WW1 and pioneered many new photography techniques as well as photographing some of the most influential personalities of the 20th Century. The students planned each film and worked together throughout the creative process. All footage was filmed by the students, but inspired by Olive Edis
Please take a look at the films:
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