RTS LONDON STUDENT TELEVISION AWARDS 2024

RTS LONDON STUDENT TELEVISION AWARDS 2024

Wednesday, 27 March, 2024
6:15pm for 6:45pm

Location

The Magic Circle
12 Stephenson Way
London
NW1 2HD
United Kingdom
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RTS London celebrates the very best in student TV programme-making, with the 2024 award winners announced at this event. 

**Please note in-person tickets are only open to nominees, their lecturers, and other industry invitees**

The RTS Student TV Awards encourage, nurture, support, and reward talent, potential, and enthusiasm of students in colleges and universities for the creation of film and video content. The awards offer an opportunity for students to put their creative talents before the critical eye of professionals, win recognition for their skills, and even “audition” for a first job in the television, media, and film industry.

The winners of these London Awards go through to the national RTS Student TV awards, the ceremony for which takes place later in the year. Once again, this year's London ceremony will be held at the world's most famous magic society, the Magic Circle in Central London. 

Please note this event is only open to nominees and invited industry guests. 

NOMINATIONS

Animation
Crush - London College of Communication (University of the Arts London)
Deeper Still - Kingston University
Mind - University of Westminster

Drama
Picturesque - London Metropolitan University
Sola - Ravensbourne University London
Trailfades - London South Bank University

Entertainment and Comedy Drama 
Ataraxia - King's College London
Fortune Favours the Fantabulous - University of Westminster
The Other Half - Middlesex University

Factual - Long Form 
Simme Tutt'uno - University of Westminster
Some hairs never fall - London South Bank University

Factual - Short Form
Bhabóg Bheo (The Living Doll) - University of Westminster
Whisperers - London College of Communication (University of the Arts London)
The Turning Point - Middlesex University

CRAFT NOMINATIONS

Camera
Cat Had His Thumb - Hamish Cairncross - Kingston University
Simme Tutt'uno - Freddie Logan - University of Westminster
Some hairs never fall - Romina Osterling and Luke Reid - London South Bank University

Editing
4 Soldiers - Nikita Listopad - London South Bank University
Clone - Jack Payne - Global Academy
Men Too - Olayemi Izevbekhai, Monga Mabosso, Ayoola Somefun - London Metropolitan University

Production Design
Fortune Favours the Fantabulous - Phoebe Baker, David Kmet - University of Westminster
Mind - Ilirian Camaj - University of Westminster
Trailfades - Klára Döbrentei - London South Bank University

Sound
Crush - Ruozhang Liao - London College of Communication (University of the Arts London)
Mind - Miles McAllister - University of Westminster
The Other Half -
Oscar Palaez, Jan Sigsworth, Max Hayes, - Middlesex University

Writing
Simme Tutt'uno - Alice Franchi, Alice Sacco - University of Westminster
Sola - Claudia Orriols - Ravensbourne University London
The Turning Point - Sanaa Hamdoun - Middlesex University

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RTS London celebrates the very best in student TV programme-making, with the 2024 award winners announced at this event.