The awards recognise the best audiovisual work created by students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Schedule for Friday 16 June:
1:00pm – Awards Registration and buffet lunch available
2.00pm – RTS Student Television Awards Ceremony starts
3.30pm – Awards Ceremony ends
3.30pm – 5.00pm - Drinks Reception
Please email Jamie O'Neill (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book your spaces at these Awards.
This year's RTS London Student Awards Ceremony will be hosted by Ore Oduba, the rising star of sports broadcasting and a regular face on the UK’s leading morning news programme, BBC Breakfast,
Tickets are available for the nominees and their university staff, with 20 available on ballot for members to attend and network with the next generation of TV creatives.
The winners of the RTS Yorkshire Student awards 2021 have been announced and the winners in both the Scripted and Non-scripted categories will be considered for the National Student awards – we wish them well. In addition the judges awarded a bumper crop of nine craft wards, reflecting the high standards of talent across the submissions for this year’s awards.
This event will be of interest to television and media students and lecturers who want to hear more about how to enter this prestigious competition. Hear from some of the 2019 winners about their experience. The evening will also include an outline of the criteria, categories, entry procedures and timeframe for the forthcoming awards. Coming along to this event to ensure you submit your entry correctly is the first important step towards getting your hands on a coveted RTS Scotland trophy.
The Royal Television Society’s Scotland Centre, honored the winners of its 2019 Student Awards, sponsored by STV, at a glittering ceremony held at The Argyle Street Arches, Glasgow. The event was hosted by STV News entertainment reporter Laura Boyd and comedic double act Link & Lorne. As part of a new partnership we are delighted to have STV support the Scotland Student Awards by filming the event to broadcast edited highlights on the STV Player after the event.
Love Island star and social media influencer Laura Crane hosted the ceremony, which was held at the Jill Craigie Cinema, University of Plymouth, in late March. Crane, who is also a champion surfer, talked to the students about her life in the media. “People sometimes forget about us down here, but don’t! There are honestly so many incredible films. It’s mad to think that these people are just starting out,” she said.
The National Film School’s Éabha Bortolozza and Jack Kirwin took home the Animation award for their film about alcoholism, The Usual. “The composition and flow of the imagery is creative and demonstrates a high standard of animation direction,” said the judges.
Brendan McCallion and Frank O’Malley’s farm-set film, Backwater, won the Drama award and featured “a strong acting cast”, with “good scripting, detailed camera shots and set design [making] this a decidedly powerful production”.
For this first time this year, RTS Wales has introduced two new industry awards to run alongside the annual student awards, with the event rebranded as the RTS Cymru Awards.
The two new categories are:
- Industry Newcomer Award
- Industry Breakthrough Award
Nominated by employers, both awards are intended to recognise and reward rising new talent.