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25th February, 2016

Royal Television Society Award for Middlesex students

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TV Production students at Middlesex University have picked up a prestigious Royal Television Society (RTS) Award, winning the Craft Skills: Camera category at the 2016 ceremony at London’s ITV Studios.

Documentary Not Enough Fish was made by Garreth Cook, Liam Joyce, Raimy Little, Dale Gillett Danny Kasirye as their final year BA Television Production degree project and follows a day in the life of a fishing family struggling to make ends meet.

With Danny as cameraman the team researched, produced, directed, filmed and edited the documentary during the third year of their degree.

It is the second time students from the Media Department at Middlesex have won an RTS Award and the third time a team have been nominated. In 2014, TV Production student Alicia Rovira-Parker won the fiction category.

“It’s a great honour to have won and a fantastic feeling to know that a panel of industry professionals see enough quality in what we produced to honour us with this award,” says Garreth, who edited and co-produced the film.

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