Posted on 23 November 2015
They are all current or recent students on the BSc in Film and TV Production and produced the award-winning short films as part of projects for their degree. They are:
The Unveiling is a thriller about a janitor who accidentally unleashes a demonic child by touching a new painting at an art gallery, produced for a second year Short Film Production module. Our Ghosts is a portrait of two York pensioners as they reflect on their lives together, and Flower Power is a documentary that aims to explore the answer behind why people give flowers. When The Dust Settles is a contemporary drama about the dying moments of a British soldier, set in Afghanistan, produced for a third year group project in film production.
John Mateer, Senior Lecturer and Subject Head for Film and Television, said: "It is wonderful to see the high standard of our students' production work honoured yet again. In the short time projects from our programme have been eligible, students have won numerous awards from RTS and elsewhere, which is a reflection of the quality of our students and the dedication of our team in teaching them. I could not be more proud of them all.”