ICE-Olation Short Films About Not Going Out
27 April 2020 by Michelle
The Institute for Creative Enterprise has produced a short film documenting the responses of the student community to isolation as a result of the threat of Covid-19.
ICE-Olation is a mosaic of short films about Not Going Out. It's a fun and affecting film captures what young people are doing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Asked to submit a short clip of how they were spending their days during this period of social distancing, students from Edge Hill University are showing what it is really like at the moment to be a young person under lockdown.
The Institute for Creative Enterprise has produced a short film documenting the responses of the student community to isolation as a result of the threat of Covid-19. The short film captures the diversity of experience from international students travelling back to Trump’s America to a trainee priest praying in his shed.
Working in partnership with Culture Liverpool and Screenlife Liverpool, the film is the first of several that will capture life under lockdown across the Liverpool City Region.
The film is directed and edited by Roz Di Caprio and produced by ICE director Martin McQuillan and acclaimed filmmaker and musician Carl Hunter (Sometimes Always Never: Hurricane Films, 2019).
The film features the new single ‘Quarantine’ by Charity Shop Pop, produced by The Label Recordings, which can be downloaded here:https://soundcloud.com/charityshoppop/quarantine
You can watch the film here: