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RTS North West Student Awards winners announced

The winners of the 2009/10 RTS North West Student Awards - an awards ceremony designed to honor students in North West England in the areas of animation, factual and fiction - have been announced. The award for factual went to Manchester Metropolitan University students Nathan Rae and Paul Wood for their doc about hitchhiking, Lift. The other nominees in this category were The Bridge by students from the University of Chester and Growing up in a Meditation Community by students from the University of Salford.
January 14, 2010

The winners of the 2009/10 RTS North West Student Awards – an awards ceremony designed to honor students in North West England in the areas of animation, factual and fiction – have been announced. The award for factual went to Manchester Metropolitan University students Nathan Rae and Paul Wood for their doc about hitchhiking, Lift. The other nominees in this category were The Bridge by students from the University of Chester and Growing up in a Meditation Community by students from the University of Salford.

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