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NEWS: Radar Festival award winners
Over 20 awards were given to the pick off over 170 entries. All the winners are below - their prizes in brackets:
Student Prize sponsored by Qoob TV
Ross Phillips for The Heavy (£1k)
Popular Vote sponsored by Abbey Road Interactive
Trey Hock, Kevin Philips, Terry Duthu for Kylie Minogue (£1k post production)
Draw Pictures mentoring
Trey Hock, Kevin Philips, Terry Duthu, and Joe Brener for Maps
Black Dog Films mentoring
Tom Edmunds for The Heavy
Gronland Nico Mensinga for Machine (commission)
Sondre Lerche for James Henry (commission)
Independiente Ulrich Schnauss for Brad Watson (£1K)
Mercury Encargado Boram Kim for Just Jack (£1K)
Mute Thomas Stimson for Richard Hawley (£1K)
Joe Brener for Maps (£1K)
Mike Mateescu for Recoil (£1K)
Ninja Tune Ross Phillips for The Heavy (commission)
Duc Luu for The Cinematic Orchestra (£1K)
Parlophone Trey Hock, Kevin Philips, Terrry Duthu for Kylie Minogue (£1K)
Justin Acree for Siobhan Donaghy (£1K)
Robbie Hughes for The Good The Bad The Queen (£1K)
Michael Fitzmaurice for Public Symphony (£1K)
V2 Matei Mocanu for Soulsavers (£1K)
Warp Ques for Flying Lotus (£1K)
Sadoria for Maximo Park (£1K)
Watch Duthu, Philips and Hock's Kylie video and other Radar winners here.
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