Last night’s RTS West of England TV Awards saw Offspring Films’ Earth at Night in Colour and Marble Films’ and director Xavier Alford’s Locked In: Breaking the Silence both scoop three awards.

Locked In: Breaking the Silence (BBC Storyville) won for Documentary, Director and Editing.

Earth at Night in Colour (Apple TV) won in Natural History, Cinematography and Grading.

Laura and Harry Marshall and Icon Films won the Sir Ambrose Fleming Memorial Award for outstanding and enduring contribution to television in the region.

The Factual award went to Saving Britain’s Pubs with Tom Kerridge from Bone Soup Productions and War on Plastic: The Fight Goes On won in Factual Entertainment and Features for Keo Films.

The Scripted award went to The Trial of Christine Keeler, produced by Ecosse Films and Great Meadow Productions.

Sponsors of the RTS West of England awards include title sponsor Evolutions Bristol, BBC Studios Factual Entertainment, BBC Studios The Natural History Unit, ITV News West Country, Films at 59, Doghouse Post Production, Icon Films, The Bottle Yard Studios and Bristol Film Office, UWE, The Bristol Hotel, Evans, Wall to Wall West, The Farm, Plimsoll Productions, Wounded Buffalo Sound Studios, Silverback Films, Channel 4, Studio Cars and The Square Club.

Jon Creamer

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