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Loosemores Sponsors the RTS Wales Student Television Awards

RTS Wales Centre Student Television Awards

The RTS Wales Centre Student Television Awards 2018 are for student television work that shows outstanding visual and aural creativity. The award ceremony will be presented by Daniel Glyn and will take place in Atrium Theatre, at University of South Wales in Cardiff on January 31st at 6pm.

Loosemores Solicitors is delighted to be sponsoring two award categories.  Senior Partner, Mark Loosemore, will be presenting the awards for Original Score and Short Feature. Mark commented: “The team at Loosemores congratulates all of the award nominees and wishes them the best of luck.  I’m really looking forward to attending the evening.”

The Awards

There are five award categories: Animation, Comedy & Entertainment, Drama, Factual and Short Feature. The nominations for the awards are:

  • Thomas White, Chris Kelly – Cretin – USW
  • Catarina Rodrigues, Chris Phillips – Peach – USW
Comedy & Entertainment
  • Joseph James, Benjamin Pesarillo – Boss Fight – UWTSD
  • Kieran Butcher, Ashley Harris, Christopher Saunders – The Fall Guy – USW
  • Daniel A Williams – Four Hostiles in a Hostel – UWTSD
  • Alexander Williams – Carl – UWTSD
  • Christopher Deakin, Benjamin Linehan, Lauren Brown, Jodie Edmunds – Gone Fishing – USW
  • Kerry Norton – The Forsaken – UWTSD
  • Cai Glover, Charlie Greaves, Matthew Reeve – Behind The Sparkle – USW
  • Meleri Morgan – Dwy Chwaer a Brawd – Aberystwyth University
  • Simon Orman, Lina Alnadi, Lorenzo Mellano – Queen of Toads – USW
Short Feature
  • Kieran Jordan, Ben Brown and Pawel Roth – Beast of Brecon – USW
  • Aaron Stelfox – Change – USW
  • Yat Fung Leung – Spheres – USW

There will also be craft awards for Camerawork, Original Score (Music), Editing, Production Design and Sound. The winners of these awards will be announced on the night.

The Panel

The Jury panel consisted of professionals drawn from the industry.  Judges will look in particular for freshness, originality and audience appeal within the constraints of the law and broadcasting practice.

– Judith Winnan, Jury Chair & Chair, RTS Wales

– Lynn Courtney, Producer/Director, ITV Cymru Wales

– Sophie Francis, Lecturer, Bath University

– Daniel Glyn, Managing Director, Made in Cardiff

– Martyn Ingram, Managing Director, Wales & Co

– Owain Morgan Jones, Leader, Brand and Image, S4C

– Samantha Rosie, Executive Producer, BBC Cymru Wales

Before the Awards ceremony takes place, RTS Wales Centre will be holding an Industry Day event in conjunction with the Film and TV School Wales/University of South Wales at the same venue.  The day will include a conference to celebrate and discuss the future of TV in Wales, an industry fair, networking opportunities, and masterclasses.

Sara Griffiths, Consultant at Loosemores Solicitors, will be attending the industry fair.  Sara is an experienced commercial solicitor, specialising in the media and entertainment sector.  She is currently ranked as the ‘leading individual’ Media and Entertainment lawyer in Wales by The Legal 500, which also recognises the firm’s Senior Partner, Mark Loosemore as a ‘recommended lawyer’ for Media and Entertainment.  The Loosemores team is ranked in Tier 1 for Media and Entertainment in Wales by The Legal 500.


02/02/2018. Well done to all the award winners! Pleasure for us to be involved as a sponsor and to see the very high quality of entries.

The Winners

Animation: Catarina Rodrigues, Chris Phillips – Peach – USW

Comedy & Entertainment: Kieran Butcher, Ashley Harris, Christopher Saunders – The Fall Guy – USW

Drama: Kerry Norton – The Forsaken – UWTSD

Factual: Meleri Morgan – Dwy Chwaer a Brawd – Aberystwyth University

Short Feature: Yat Fung Leung –  Spheres – USW

Craft Skills Award Winners

Camerawork: Gone Fishing. Indra’s Net

Original Score (Music): Queen of Toads

Editing: Change

Production Design: Spheres

Sound: Cari

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