About - RTS Bristol

Welcome our new Chair Lynn Barlow, Director Creative Media, UWE. Great news for Film, TV and Digital in the region

Royal Television Society - Bristol 2014 Showreel from RTS Bristol on Vimeo.

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Music: Jonathon Gunton, Abstract Audio

WELCOME TO OUR NEW 2014 COMMITTEE MEMBERS!

Officers:

Chair: Lynn Barlow, Director Creative Media, UWE, Freelance

Vice Chair: John Durrant, Creative Director, BDH

Secretary: Belinda Biggam. Marketing Manager, Icon Films

Treasurer: Wendy McCombe, Unit Manager BBC Bristol Factual

Committee:

Fiona Marsh, Head of Production, Tigress Productions
Phil Ashby, Editor, Bright Filament
Jason Bartholomew, Commercials Producer, Aardman Animations
Sarah Cox, Creative Director, ArthurCox
Emma Ellis, Technical Supervisior, Evolutions 
Fiona Francombe, MD, The Bottle Yard Studios
Hannah Gamlin, Production Journalist ITV West
Mike Gunton, Creative Director - NHU, BBC (contact diary Lannah McAdam)
Suzy Lambert, Producer, Freelance
David Neal, UWE, Senior Technical Instructor - Filmmaking, UWE, Freelance
Angela Oakhill, Head of Production, RDF West
George Pagliero, Camerman, DOP
Glenn Rainton, Editor, Freelance
Gabriel Wetz, Head of Post Production Services Evolutions

Huge thank you to Andy Batten-Foster for being such an excellent Chair over the last two years.

 

WELL DONE BRISTOL!!

Click HERE to go to the PHOTO GALLERY - RTS 2014 Awards

AWARD WINNERS

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WoE RTS Awards 2013 Showreel from RTS Bristol on Vimeo.

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Edited extracts of the nominated Film, Television and Digital Media productions nominated for a West of England Royal Television Society Award in 2013.

The Gala Ceremony was held at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre, March 2013.

Music: Jonathon Gunton, Abstract Audio
Editors: Vince John, 1Love Media and John Durrant, BDH

Delivering the Director`s Cut

Click here to read about when Bristol based series` lead director Philippa Lowthorpe and lead editor David Thrasher delivered an excellent talk to the RTS members in Bristol

About the Bristol Centre:

The Royal Television Society was formed in 1927, nine years before the first public broadcast from Alexandra Palace – forward thinking if ever there was.

The Bristol Centre isn’t quite that old but it is the oldest of all the 15 RTS regional centres. Dating back to 1948 the centre represents many members from all aspects of the TV industry in the west.

The RTS West of England Awards is a key event in our diary and each year the incredible talent and creativity is celebrated.

 
 
      
 

WoE RTS Awards Showreel 2012 from RTS Bristol on Vimeo.