Student Film Nominated For Award

Roehampton student film Blood on Your Hands has been nominated for the See Documentary Festival 2010, Brighton “Student Shorts” competition.
The film follows the activities of the Coalition To Abolish The Fur Trade as they demonstrate outside Harrods in December 2008. Harrods is now the only department store in the UK that continues to sell real fur garments, even though the production of fur is illegal in the UK. The "Student Shorts" section is a first for the See Documentary Festival, featuring four films from the region’s top student filmmakers. The winner is decided by online public vote. To view and vote for Blood on Your Hands visit http://www.mishorts.com You will have to register, but you can do it quickly and anonymously if you wish. Then click on the link "vote now" on the home page in the section "SEE Film Competition"

About 'Blood On Your Hands' - Harrods is now the only department store in the UK which continues to sell real fur garments, even though the production of fur is illegal in the UK. This film follows the activities of the Coalition To Abolish The Fur Trade as they demonstrate outside the store in December 2008

Update 29th Feb - 'Blood On Your Hands' won and received a year's membership to Shooting People and the chance to screen their latest work at next year’s SEE.

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