Romanian student wins two Royal television Society awards in London

Tudor Massaci, a Romanian student has received two awards at the Royal Television Society Student Television Awards.

Massaci, who is currently studying at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham has participated in the competition with a movie he directed, entitled Nymphs. The movie has received the Undergraduate Short Feature Award and the Undergraduate Editing award.


Massaci has previously won a Best Short Feature award for the same movie in March this year at the Royal Television Society Southern competition. The movie focuses on the subject of invisible relationships that can support or destroy a life. The film was shot in Bucharest last year. The movie will be shown on British TV channel Sky Arts.


The RTS Student Television Awards are organized every year in order to encourage and award students in the filmmaking field. RTS is currently the oldest television society in the world and it started broadcasting before BBC.






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