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Filmmakers' awards.

THE red carpet was rolled out in the Rhondda as budding young film makers attended Porth Plaza's equivalent to the Oscars.

The star-studded event, organised by Rhondda Cynon Taf council's Youth Service and funded by the Welsh Assembly Government as part of National Youth Work Week, recognised the success of young people from across county in making mini movies over the last year.

Students from Tonypandy Community College walked away with the RCT Mini Movie of the Year Award for their music video Devil May Care. The Inspirational Award was scooped by Bodringallt Youth Club for their interpretation of global warming, Melt Down Planet Earth.

Big Brother 8's Laura Williams and Mayor Councillor Margaret Davies presented the awards.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Nov 17, 2008
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