DkIT Film & TV Projects Shortlisted for Royal Television Society Awards 202012 February 2020
Three Film & TV Productions by students at Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) have been nominated for the upcoming Royal Television Society (RTS) Awards 2020.
The selected projects are comprised of work by third and fourth-year students on the BA (Hons) in Film & Television Production and span a variety of genres including Documentary, TV Drama and Short Fiction. This is the fourth time that work by DkIT has been recognized by the RTS awards. Previous winners include the music video, My Red Hot Car and documentary, Pixel Value.
DkIT RTS Award 2020 finalists include:
- Documentary, The Wildgoose Lodge Massacre
- Short Film, Ghost Estate
- TV Drama Pilot, Dysphoria
Speaking today, Lorcan Dunne, Programme Director of the BA (Hons) in Film & Television Production:
“The institute has an impressive track record of awards success in film and television and I am delighted that the high calibre of our students’ work has been acknowledged once again. Our hands-on approach to teaching and learning means that our students have the opportunity to create and produce content from the moment they arrive at DkIT. The presentation of this work at awards and festivals is an important learning experience which will prepare them for entering the industry following graduation."
Winners of the RTS 2020 Awards will be announced at a special prizegiving ceremony on March 3 in RTÉ Television Studio 1 at 8.p.m. All nominees will receive a certificate in recognition of their achievement.
To find out more about the BA (Hons) in Film & Television Production or other creative media courses at DkIT please visit: dkit.ie/courses/creative-media
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