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Fall of the Ibis King among National Film School winners at Royal Television Society Awards
11 Apr 2022 : News Desk
IADT graduates and winners.
IADT's National Film School recorded a successful evening at this year's Royal Television Society annual Student Television Awards with several graduates and students winning across an array of categories.

The Royal Television Society Irish Branch Awards, which took place at the end of March, saw IADT National Film School graduates and students pick up 5 awards in total and winning 3 of the 4 categories. The event was held under restrictions but in person at RTÉ.

Fall of the Ibis King continued its remarkable run having recently won the IFTA for Best Animation Short, it picked up the same award at the Royal Television Society Awards. Read

The short animation was created by IADT recent graduates Mikai Geronimo, Josh O’Caoimh with support from fellow students Georgia McKenna, Charles Henri-Sanson, and team.

This Town Still Talks About You picked up the Best Single Drama Short award. Filmmakers and recent graduates Matthew McGuigan, Fionn Walshe, Ciara Rigney and Caoimhe O’Reilly worked across this project with Ciara also winning the award for Best Cinematography.

Flash_Thunder93 won the award for Best Comedy and Entertainment. The crew on Flash_thunder93 include current National Film School students Reuben Harvey, Fionnoughla Madden, Eamon MacMahon, Luke O’Saughnessy, and Jack Doyle.  Luke O’Saughnessy and Jack Doyle also won a Craft Award for Best Sound.

“I quite like the challenge of writing characters without handles, for an audience to hold on to, you have to really work at keeping pace with them and go on the journey;“ Writer/director Antonia Campbell-Hughes discusses It Is In Us All
“We’ve tried to portray real life, real relationships, and all the complexity that comes with that;” Producer Collie McCarthy discusses his debut Netflix Original, I Used To Be Famous
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