Plymouth-based Sundog Media picked up the Media Innovations Award for Independent Film/Video for their Sea Front film.
Sundog, run by the landmarks of South West media-scape filmmakers and artists Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore, is no stranger to Media Innovation Awards – it picked up prize for Collaboration between Business and Young People in 2009 for its There 2 Care project.
But then the pair are no stranger to awards of any kind, and film Sea Front also took the Trick of the Light Award at the London Short Film Festival (other credits and awards run as long as your arm).
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Sea Front has been described as: “… it’s completely engaging – you’re in that place, and it gives you the same feeling that you have in that environment – voyeurism, lazy sunshine and very simple pleasure…”
And Sundog’s award for Sea Front comes just in time to big up before its screening at the Experiments in Cinema V5.1 film festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Programmed in Experiment 4, Wednesday April 14.
If you’re in the New Mexico, maybe you should check it out, meanwhile, here’s There 2 Care