Regent’s films reap rewards at RTS London Student Television Awards 2022

Regent’s films reap rewards at RTS London Student Television Awards 2022

Monday, 9th May 2022
Dilemma (Regent's University London)
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Regent’s University London enjoyed a successful evening at the RTS London Student Television Awards in late April.

At a private ceremony for award nominees, hosted by TV presenter and reporter Ria Hebden at the Everyman cinema in King’s Cross, the university won four of the nine prizes on offer.

Students from Regent’s University won two of the principal awards: Comedy and Entertainment with Finsta and drama with Dilemma.

There were also wins in two of the craft categories: Sound (Tentacle Head) and Writing (Everybody Needs Some(Dead)Body).

Kingston University, London Metropolitan University, London South Bank University, the University of Greenwich and the University of Westminster also bagged prizes at the awards.

“A successful ceremony was held at the Everyman following two years of virtual events. The talent of the students shone through, with a terrific range and diversity of subject matter and high production values across all the categories,” said RTS London Chair Philip Barnes.

Report by Matthew Bell

RTS London Student Television Awards winners:

Animation: Interbeing, Ben Sinclair, Kingston University

Comedy and Entertainment: Finsta, Lucia Debernardini, Anne Sophie Trompert, Felicia Holst and Luis Garcia, Regent’s University London

Drama: Dilemma, Dora Martynyuk, Regent’s University London

Factual: No Comprendo, Claudia Botton, Bukola Bakinson, Hayden Rountree, Juanita Apanari and team, University of Greenwich

Craft Skills, Camerawork: Sub Rosa, Alfie Lang, London South Bank University

Craft Skills, Editing: Inertia, Sam Harrop, London Metropolitan University

Craft Skills, Production Design: Finding Laredo, Julia Chacinska, University of Westminster

Craft Skills, Sound: Tentacle Head, Nasir Simmons and Lillianna Johnson, Regent’s University London

Craft Skills, Writing: Everybody Needs Some(Dead)Body, George Mills and Hannah Seligman, Regent’s University London

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