LSBU student wins at RTS London Student Television Awards
A London South Bank University (LSBU) student won a major award at the Royal Television Society (RTS) London Student Television Awards 2022, on April 25 2022. Alfie Lang was awarded the ‘Craft Award for Camerawork’ for the ‘Sub Rosa’ production he worked on, at the RTS London Student Television 2022 awards ceremony.
LSBU students were shortlisted for four RTS London Student Television 2022 awards:
- Craft Award for Camerawork award - ‘Sub Rosa’ for LSBU student, Alfie Lang.
- Drama award - ‘Luzinete’, for LSBU students: Carla Di Bonito (Writer, Director & Producer), Martina Errica (DoP), Theodora Mototolea (Editor), Nathan Bates (Assistant Director) and Christopher Hitié (Assistant Director)
- Comedy & Entertainment award - ‘Black The Marvellous Detective’, for LSBU student: Marcin Sehn (Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer)
- Drama award - ‘Sub Rosa’, for LSBU students: Daniel Kaszas (Writer & Director), Esmee Huguenin (Producer), Alfie Lang (DoP), Solomon Watkins (Sound Recordist) and Tom Daniels (Editor).
This is the 4th year in a row our LSBU filmmakers have won RTS London Student Television awards. In 2021 Ben Watson, Jem Horstead, Aeneas Macdonald and Sam Cousins won the Short Film Award for Introspection and Ben Watson won the Editing Award for Introspection. The winners of the RTS London Student Television Awards 2022 will go forward to the RTS Student Television Awards 2022 on 24 June 2022.
Lucy Brown, LSBU’s Head of Division, Film and Associate Professor, said, “We are absolutely thrilled that LSBU BA Hons Film student, Alfie Lang, won the ‘Craft Award for Camerawork’ for the ‘Sub Rosa’ production he worked on, at the RTS London Student Television 2022 awards. I couldn’t be prouder that eleven highly talented LSBU students were shortlisted for four RTS London Student Television Awards this year.
“LSBU have a track record of success at these highly competitive awards competing against the best film schools and this is the 4th year in a row we have won RTS awards including best ‘Short Film’ in 2019, 2020 and 2021. It’s another example of how talented our students are and is a tribute to our dedicated academic staff and technicians who teach Film School students the advanced skills they need to build successful careers in the film and television industry.”