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Very Short Film competition: we have a winner!

By Chloe Foster

 

We’re very pleased to annouce the winner of the Very Short Film competition 2013. The Very Short Film competition was launched in partnership with The Guardian in October 2012. Students were asked to make a creative and inspiring one minute film about a subject they feel passionately about. After hundreds of entries, we chose 12 longlisted films to go to the public vote. The vote then produced four finalists. After a live final on Wednesday, the winner was chosen and will receive £9000 towards their university education. And the winner is…Sally Le Page with her film on Evolution. Congratulations Sally!

Winner of the Very Short Film competition, Evolution.

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There were four brilliant finalists and all the judges agreed it was a very close contest. The other films were Superconductivity by Christian Foss, Gay Marriage by Hannah Witton, and Geology by Maia Krall Fry.



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  1. [...] the 21st of March, we held a live final event at the Guardian premises in London. VSI authors, student journalists, and some high profile judges [...]

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