RTS North West Student Awards 2015

The awards, which recognise the best in student talent from across the region, were hosted by TV presenter and journalist, Ranvir Singh. Prizes were given in four categories: Animation, Factual, Comedy & Entertainment and Drama.

The award in the Animation Category went to David Lambie from University of Central Lancashire for ‘Frankenstein’s Daughter’. The judges felt this was a very different entry with old school graphics, superb sound, effects and excellent music. They felt it had great depth and they were very impressed by the quality.

RTS North West Awards 2015 shortlist announced

The launch party held at the Lowry in Salford was a roaring success.

After a short introductory speech by RTS North West chair Alex Connock, CBBC presenters Lindsey Russell and Lauren Layfield took to the stage to announce this year's shortlist.

It was also revealed that the Learning and Education category will from now on be held in memory of Katy Jones.

The shortlist for this year is:


1. Best Animation/ Puppetry

Announcing the RTS Midlands Centre Awards Nominees 2015

Best Promotional Programme

Connected Digital Finance
Maverick Television

NCCC Cricket has landed 2
Affixxius Films
The Crocodile Trap
Second Home Studios 
Warwick School, Guy Nelson Hall
Orion Productions 
Ten Years On
Be Inspired Films 
Impero - See The Bigger Picture
XO Digital Ltd with Boxset Media


Best Fictional Television Programme

Quadrant Events

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