Obsession, made by TriHard Films, took home the Drama Short Form prize, with the film’s star, Kim Tserkezie, winning the Best Drama Performance prize for her “agonisingly gripping performance” as a victim of domestic abuse.
At a ceremony hosted by BBC One Inside Out North East & Cumbria presenter Chris Jackson, the winning teams received trophies and certificates from the RTS North East and the Borders Centre.
The senior winners were Hartlepool Sixth Form College’s Ely King, who took the Entertainment award for Goner and Stratford upon Avon College’s Alex Eves, whose film, Bloom, won the Drama prize.
Saturday February 25th 2017 saw the 30th RTS North East & The Border Centre Awards ceremony — and it was probably the best yet.
Wonderfully hosted by Sky News presenter Jayne Secker at the Newcastle Gateshead Hilton, the evening showcased and rewarded the best of television and visual creativity in the region over 15 categories. For a full list of the winners, click here.
Join the committee for a drink and some nibbles as we launch our 2017 event.
We have lots to celebrate in the region, and our wide range of categories means there is something for everyone to enter.
The Awards Committee will be on hand to discuss the entry process and help you to find out more about our fantastic awards.