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Students from The National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield have won the 2016 Into Film Award for Best Live Action Film (13 and over), sponsored by Universal, with their short, Afterlife.
Afterlife is a black comedy set in a world between the living and the dead. After Martin Stevens is killed in a car accident, he finds himself in a waiting room, pending judgement.
Afterlife was made as part of the BFI Film Academy. Open to young people from anywhere in the UK and from any background, the BFI Film Academy offers a real chance for talented 16-19-year-olds to be part of our future film industry.
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