student awards

Student Television Awards 2017

The awards recognise the best audiovisual work created by students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Click here to see the list of nominees

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 ( to book your spaces at these Awards.

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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.

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Spring Is Sure to Follow – “a beautiful story of acceptance with great casting and performances”, said the judges – triumphed in the Drama category. The “funny, whimsical and well-acted” Mantis Shrimp won the Entertainment and Comedy prize.

The Animation category was won by Ulster University, Belfast student Patrick Faulkner with Unseen: Alone in Space, and Ulster University, Coleraine’s Nathan Edgar took home the Factual Short-form award with On the Edge.

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Middlesex University students took home the Factual Short-form and Entertainment and Comedy Drama awards. Factual winner The Turning Point by Sanaa Hamdoun told the story of a young Lebanese woman’s determination to break into the film industry, and was “well told and crisply edited”, said the judges.

Alina Ilin and Benjamin Bogdan-Hodgson’s rom-com The Other Half, set in a “gorgeous chocolate box European village” was “very witty”.

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Entertainment and Comedy Drama award winners pose with an RTS Award

The Animation award went to Michael Blake’s film Doggerland, which the judges said “was a highly original story, which really stood out with real craft and emotion”. Skive won the Drama award as a film that was “compelling” and “brilliantly acted”.

The Entertainment and Comedy Drama category went to the “hilarious” and “sophisticated” Shmelvis, while Forgotten Fibre took home the Saving the Planet prize.

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Elliot Foster, Annie Foulkes and Andrei Stanescu won the Entertainment and Comedy Drama award, with Foulkes also recognised in the Craft Skills: Writing category. The judges praised Kate Is Sad for its “great script and cracking performances”.

Northern Film School students also took home the Drama award with Worry-Fear-Unease. The Triptych, which the judges called “cinematic, with great art direction, strong performances and an ambitious story structure”.