Published: 19 March 2018 at 09:15
Anglia Ruskin wins best student documentary, short feature and drama awards
Talented Anglia Ruskin University students won three of the five main student awards up for grabs at last night’s Royal Television Society East Awards.
BA (Hons) Film and Television Production students Theo Douchand, Ed Armstrong and Billy Stephens won best documentary with “Rebirth”, while Mihaela Motica won best short feature for “I”, a film on three screens.
And Alina Bobilova, Theo Douchand, Mehdi Iromlou, Alessandro Piccato and Matt Burfield took home the best drama prize for “Hello Friend”. Anglia Ruskin also had a fourth film, “Bite”, nominated in the short feature category, as well as two craft nominations, at the awards event held at Norwich University of The Arts.
Sophie Jackson, Course Leader for BA (Hons) Film and Television Production at Anglia Ruskin said:
Dr Shreepali Patel, Director of Anglia Ruskin’s StoryLab research institute, said:
Images (top to bottom): Student short feature winner - Mihaela Motica, Director of 'I'; Student drama winners (left to right) - Theo Douchand, Director, Alessandro Piccato, Cinematographer, and Alina Bobilova, Producer of 'Hello Friend'; Student factual winners (left to right) - Billy Stephens, Editor, and Theo Douchand, Director of 'Rebirth'.