Awards 2006 Results
The North East & The Border Centre Awards for 2006 were a spectacular event. Over 700 people came to The Sage, Gateshead to celebrate not only the best of the region's Television and New Media over the past 12 months, but also to look back over 20 years of Awards in the region.
As well as our results pages (below), Northern Film & Media have an excellent review, including a superb video feature, on the NFM Website.
Click on the award name below to see the judges' comments and results of each category.
[Categories are listed in the order in which they appeared at the ceremony]
Winner: BIG MUTHA TRUCKERS, Eutechnyx
Joint Winners: (Higher budget) THE TOWN THAT'S LOOKING FOR LOVE, Produced and Directed by Patrick Collerton, YIPP Films for Channel 4
(Lower Budget) INSIDE OUT: PARKING, Produced by David Morrison, BBC North East and Cumbria
Winner: GAGGING FOR SEX, Produced by Lauren Hunter, Directed by Gavin Blowman, University of Sunderland
Winner: TOMMY TIPPEE CAMPAIGN, Produced by Chris Bogle & directed by James Cook, Twenty First Century Media
Winner: MATT TURNER, Qurios
Winner: SKIN CELL, Directed by Mark Bell, Northumbria University
Winner: STEVE LUCK
Winner: PRO PATRIA MORI, Produced by Darren Horne and directed by Matt Thompson, Cumbria Institute of the Arts
Winner (Lower Budget): STILL ON THE ROAD, John Harkins, ITV Border
Winner (Higher Budget): WIRE IN THE BLOOD, Coastal Productions for ITV
Joint Winners: MY WORLD, Produced by Tearlach Duncanson and Beverley Fox
LUCKY SLAVEN, Adam Nolan, Boro TV
Winner: STEVEN BOYLE, Director, Dene Films
Winner: DAVID MORRISON, BBC North East & Cumbria
Winner: MERE MORTALS
Winner: THE DALES DIARY, Presented by Luke Casey, Peter Mitchell Productions for ITV Tyne Tees
Winner: ERIC ROBSON