Tuesday 09 March 2021
2pm - 4pm

Noel Clarke

From leading roles in TV dramas, to working with JJ Abrams on Star Trek, Noel Clarke's career has skyrocketed - and he's ready to share his experiences and advice with our students.


ABOUT

Noel is a BAFTA Rising Star winner, best known for playing his leading roles in Bulletproof, Doctor Who and the Hood trilogy of films – Kidulthood, Adulthood and Brotherhood.

Other film credits include JJ Abrams’ Star Trek: Into Darkness, Fisherman’s Friends and The Corrupted, and his television credits include playing Muhammad Ali on Sky’s Urban Myths series, as well as appearing in the BBC’s Waking The Dead.

His upcoming projects include a lead role in ITV’s Viewpoint, as well as feature film SAS: Red Notice.

This is certainly an interview you won’t want to miss!

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Noel will be interviewed by Jason Solomons

Jason Solomons is one of the UK’s most recognisable presenters and film critics. Former chairman of the London Film Critics’ Circle, Jason hosts the Seen Any Good Films Lately? podcast and presents shows covering film and music on BBC Radio London and Totally Wired Radio.

On BBC News, Jason reports on the BAFTAs and the Oscars, covering the nominations live from the studio and commenting live from the red carpet as the events unfold. Jason also contributes film reviews and news commentary throughout the year for BBC World and Sky News.

On the radio for BBC Front Row, he has covered the last 15 Cannes Film Festivals, from where he also now hosts the daily show The Cannes Review for Radio Festival.  Jason has also reported from the Venice Film Festival for both BBC Radio and for Cinemoi television in the US, as well as hosting the London Film Podcast and being the voice of the London Film Festival for BBC London.

After a career in national newspapers including The Daily Express, Mail on Sunday and the Observer, Jason has written for The Financial Times and various magazines. You can currently follow his film features and star interviews in The New European newspaper, and on his influential blog jasonsolomons.com.