The University of Hertfordshire scooped another win for the Film and Television department at the Royal Television Society (RTS) Student Awards last night.
This is the 4th year running that the School of Creative Arts has picked up a gong for outstanding work in the field of Film and Television at the RTS London Centre.
The winning film ‘Delirium’ a dark 1950s sitcom-come- thriller, was originated by Emily Welfare and was recognised in the field for outstanding Production Design. The RTS Student Television Awards celebrates the best audiovisual work created by students at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Lyndsay Duthie, Programme Leader for Film and Television said:
‘The Royal Television Society Awards are a great endorsement of quality achieved by our undergraduates. To be recognised by the RTS is something our students will take forward into their careers and we look forward to see them all make their mark on the industry. We could not be prouder.’
Emily Welfare, 2017 Film and Television Production graduate said:
‘We are over the moon, I’m still shaking! Thank you to all those who helped get the film to this point, I’m forever grateful to all of you and well done to my team.’