BA (Hons) Performance student Samantha Toyer Wright’s short film 999 is also part of the showcase.
It tells the dramatic story of an Emergency Call Centre at winter, as a call-handler attempts to help a woman who has just given birth.
She said: “My sister is a paramedic and my brother is a student nurse, so I’ve heard first-hand accounts about how difficult the pandemic has been for NHS workers.
“The film tells a story, while also paying tribute to the work NHS staff do all year round. I’m excited that it will be part of the showcase and that more people will be able to watch it.”
UWS Commercial Music Lecturer and Arts and Media Showcase Co-ordinator Clare Duffin added: “The Winter Showcase is an interim celebration of work by our talented creative industries students.
“We are hopeful that it will give our students a sense of achievement, and show visitors that they are capable of producing incredible work under even the most challenging of circumstances.”
You can visit the UWS Winter Showcase here: http://uwsartsandmedia.com
To find out more about studying in UWS’s School of Business & Creative Industries visit: https://www.uws.ac.uk/about-uws/academic-schools/school-of-business-creative-industries/