Awards available for Film and Television students in the School of Art, Media and American Studies Awards available for Film and Television students in the School of Art, Media and American Studies

Prize for Outstanding Performance in the First Year

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for outstanding performance in the first year of a degree.

Rules

The following prize may be awarded annually in the School of Film and Television Studies:

  1. A sum of £100 to be awarded by the Board of Examiners for outstanding performance in the first year of the degree programme. All students registered for undergraduate degree programmes shall be eligible.
  2. If, for each of the prizes indicated above, no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit the prize may be divided.


2009/10 winner - Jake Moody

2010/11 winner - George Constantine

2011/12 winner - Stewart Williams and Finlay Birnie

£100


Prize for Outstanding Performance in the Second Year

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for outstanding performance in the second year of a degree.

Rules

The following prizes may be awarded annually in the School of Film and Television Studies:

  1. A sum of £100 to be awarded by the Board of Examiners for outstanding performance in the second year of the degree programme. All students registered for undergraduate degree programmes shall be eligible.
  2. If, for each of the prizes indicated above, no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit the prize may be divided.


2009/10 winner - Michael Guerrero

2010/11 winner - Jake Moody

2011/12 winner - George Constantine

2012/13 winners - Megan Moore, Stewart Williams and Alice Instone-Brewer

£100


Prize for Outstanding Performance by an MA Student

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for outstanding performance by an MA student.

Rules

The following prize may be awarded annually in the School of Film and Television Studies:

  1. A sum of £100 to be awarded by the Board of Examiners for outstanding performance by a student registered on an MA degree programme.
  2. If, for each of the prizes indicated above, no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit the prize may be divided.
  3. For prizes awarded to students registered on MA degree programmes, no student may be awarded more than one prize.

2009/10 winner - Thomas Phillips 

2010/11 winners - Stephen Morgan and Despoina Mantziari

2011/12 winner - Elinor Groom

2012/13 winners - William Bingham and Lewis Marshall

2013/14 winners - Miriam Kent and Zoe Wallin

£100


Prize for Best MA Dissertation

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for the best MA dissertation.

Rules

The following prizes may be awarded annually in the School of Film and Television Studies:

  1. A sum of £100 to be awarded by the Board of Examiners for the best MA dissertation.
  2. If, for each of the prizes indicated above, no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit the prize may be divided.
  3. For prizes awarded to students registered on MA degree programmes, no student may be awarded more than one prize

2008/09 winners - Thomas Phillips and Erica Horton 

2009/10 winner - Stephen Morgan

2010/11 winner - James Carter

2011/12 winner - Julia Olk

2012/13 winners - Miriam Kent and Zoe Wallin

£100


The Charles Barr Prize for Film and Television Studies

The annual Charles Barr Prize for Film and Television Studies, worth £100, is awarded for outstanding performance in the final year of the degree and is open to all final year undergraduate students.

Rules

  1. There shall be one prize awarded annually to be known as the Charles Barr Prize for Film and Television Studies.
  2. The prize will be awarded by the Board of Examiners for outstanding performance in the final year of the degree programme. All final year students registered for undergraduate degree programmes shall be eligible.
  3. The value of the prize is £100.
  4. If no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit the prize may be divided.


2009/10 winner - James Gorman

2010/11 winner - Michael Lovelock

2011/12 winner - Miriam Kent

2012/13 winners - Jake Moody and Rebecca Lloyd

2013/14 winners - Katie Gibbs and Stuart Williams

£100