Last year everyone famous died, this year everyone famous wishes they were dead.
From top: Laura Gaynor (front row far left) with the cast and crew of Pernicio, at the Royal Television Society Awards on Tuesday and at last night’s Young Directors Awards
Laura Gaynor, Sligo filmmaker (and old pal of the ‘sheet) who’s currently a production trainee at BBC – took home TWO awards this week
On Tuesday night, Pernicio, a film Laura produced and Dave Fox directed, won Best Drama at the Royal Television Society student awards.
And last night , at the Young Directors Awards, Laura was named Producer Of The Year.
And RTÉ turned her down.
Previously: Laura Gaynor on Broadsheet
Not your average snaps.
Above: Beyond Dreams, Sibillini Mountains National Park, Italy by Francesco Russo; Jacks at Cabo Pulmo, Mexico by Christian Vizl; Diamond Dust by Masayasu Sakuma; Lady in Red, Montenegro by Placido Faranda; Moody: Mount Fuji by Ann Ric; NYC Light II by Lars Sivars; Silkie shark at Roca Partida by Christian Vizi and Walking on Water, the Solomon Islands by Pier Mane.
Life in the Womb, an iOS app developed by Dublin-based firms The Science Picture Company and Broadsheet favourites Redwind Software, has won a 2014 World Summit Award for innovation in learning and education.
They’ll receive the award at the wi-fi friendly World Summit Global Congress, which will be hosted in Abu Dhabi.
It’s no Realex Web Award though. in fairness.
Previously: Womb It Concerns
— Attitude (@AttitudeMag) October 13, 2014
“It’s a fucking ten minute speech on homphobia – I’m surprised anyone clicked on it at all! Honestly, I have no money, and no power – my only weapon was making a noise.”
Panti Bliss, awarded the Editor’s Special Award at the Attitude [magazine] Awards 2014 last night.
G’wan The Panti!
(H/T: Buzz O’Neill)
Including Prime Time Investigates (no, not that one).
Check them here.