Details of the nominations will be published closer to the time.
Join the RTS NI Centre on Wednesday 24 March at 7.00pm for its announcment of the winners in its celebration of the outstanding student talent in Northern Ireland.
During these unprecedented times with the challenges they present, these Student Television Awards allow you to submit films for assessment by current professional practitioners.
The RTS has recently surveyed several Universities and Colleges with regards to our plans for this year’s RTS Student Television Awards and taking on board their feedback and recommendations, we are increasing the maximum length of entries to 30 minutes for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate student entries for this year’s Awards. For the Young Filmmaker category, the duration stays at 10 minutes.
10.00am – 11.00am: Journalism Masterclass
Speaker: Mobeen Azhar, Journalist and Film Maker (Hometown, A Black and White Killing: The Case that Shook America, Webcam Boys, Muslims Like Us)
(Chair: Ruth Pitt, Director, Creative Cities Convention)
10.00am – 11.00am: Cinematography Masterclass
Speakers: Georgina Kiedrowski, Self-shooting Producer (The Island, Race Across the World), and Nicola Daley, Director of Photography, ACS (The Letdown, Harlots)
(Chair: Emma Read)
This prestigious event is an annual recognition of the finest student television production in Scotland, from students from studying across Scotland.
We will be presenting awards for animation, factual, comedy & entertainment, short feature and drama. In addition, there will be five craft categories, production design, sound, editing and camera and writing.
This prestigious event is an annual recognition of the finest student television production in Scotland, from students from Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, University of Stirling, Glasgow Clyde College, University of Glasgow, Edinburgh Napier University, City of Glasgow and The University of the West of Scotland.
I recently spent a week in the commissioning department at UKTV. I arrived at the reception and gave my name, braced for the understandable response that I should leave immediately due to my lack of relevance and the fact that everyone here was very busy getting on with their jobs. But no, I was welcomed in.
As I walked through the turnstile, I expected alarms to ring out - “Unauthorised entry! You do not belong here! And also sort your hair out; seriously, what’s going on there?” but once again I passed through without an eyebrow raised.
Each masterclass will be 75 minutes, video rich, with plenty of chance to ask questions.
Taking place at Leeds College of Music in association with the new Creative Cities Convention.
Students will have the opportunity to participate in the Convention and attend networking drinks on the opening evening of the 25th April.
Contact Victoria Griffin for your place: 07880231626 / firstname.lastname@example.org
In front of an audience of students from Solent and Bournemouth University, Sen gave a fascinating insight into the job of masterminding the 52-minute, single-shot episode, which aired last July.
Sen explained that the programme – a celebration of the 30th anniversary of BBC One series Casualty – was shot in a single take to heighten the sense of drama in a busy A&E department.