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Fog of Sex - Screening
We are pleased to be hosting a screening of the award-winning film Fog of Sex (Stories from the front line of student sex work) on May 9th, as part of the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.
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RTS Student Television Awards
We are pleased to announce that the winner in our Open Award category, An Unfortunate End: The Boy and the Fairy, has now been nominated in the Undergraduate Open category of the national RTS Awards, to be presented on the 3rd June in London. Congratulations and good luck to Jordanne Richards.
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Annual General Meeting
The RTS Wales AGM for 2016 was held on 26th April at the Cameo Club, Pontcanna Street, Cardiff.
We said 'goodbye' to Samantha Rosie, who has resigned from our Committee. Chairman, Tim Hartley, says:
"Samantha has been a valued member of the Wales Centre committee, and has provided an important link with BBC Wales. I would like to thank her for her support and hard work for the Society over the last few years."
Our AGM was followed by a Presentation by Wales' Broadcasters, BBC Wales, ITV Wales and S4C, who revealed their latest plans.
Rachel Evans, S4C
Richard Thomas, BBC Wales
Huw Rossiter, ITV Wales
Celtic Media Festival
Update: The winners of this year's Awards have been announced. We would like to congratulate the winners from Wales, and wish them 'good luck' for the future.
Fog of Sex in the Young People category, (see above).
Yr Ymadawiad (The Passing) in the Single Drama category.
The Festival this year was held in Dungarvan from the 20th - 22nd April.
Read More in the CMF site.
RTS Wales Student Television Awards 2015
One of the major events of our year took place on the 18th March at Bridgend College, as part of the last Zoom Cymru International Youth Film Festival. Congratulations and good luck to the winners, who have now gone forward to be judged in the national RTS Student Television Awards, to be presented in London in June.
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"What Next?" - Breaking into Film and TV
On the morning of our Student Awards we co-hosted this workshop event at the Zoom Festival. Those looking for a career in the media, who maybe didn't know how to start, came along and met our panel of media professionals, and got their advice on how to break into the industry.
Behind the Scenes at Real SFX
This was your opportunity to find out how the special effects for TV series such as Dr Who and Sherlock are produced, and hear from some of the UK's top SFX supervisors, including Danny Hargreaves, who has been at the forefront of the British TV and film industry, providing effects for films such as Submarine, and The Killer Elite.
That was on the 29th February at their premises.
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RTS Television Journalism Awards 2016
We must congratulate Jeremy Bowen, winner in the Interview of the Year category, and BBC Wales' Week In Week Out, in the Nations and Regions Current Affairs category, (see the first picture in our gallery above).
The winners were announced in a ceremony at the London Hilton on the 17th February.
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We have decided to discontinue with this Twitter account, with thanks to everyone who has used it. You can, of course, continue to share your news of television in Wales with @RTSWales.
RTS Promo Video
The promotional film, made by RTS Bristol Vice Chair John Durrant, highlights the work of the RTS within the television industry.
If that has whetted your appetite to know more about the RTS, have a look at our own video, A Year in the Life of the RTS in Wales.
Special Offers for RTS Wales Members!
We are pleased to announce that we have arranged for our members to get special rates at the Park Plaza hotel, and at the Laguna Health and Spa in Cardiff.
Interested? Take a look at our Television magazine, then join the RTS!