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Clintons documentary award

Clintons documentary award

Legal Fees Award for Environmental Documentary Filmmakers

Clintons are pleased to announce Candida Brady, an established filmmaker, as the first prize winner of the Clintons Green Shoots Environmental Award 2021. Candida Brady will receive legal services with a value of up to £25,000 to be used for The Burning Question, a follow-up to her 2011 ground-breaking, award-winning documentary TRASHED with Jeremy Irons. The second prize goes to Umunna Wilson, who will receive legal services with a value of up to £5,000 for development of his production on a sustainable fashion industry as well as mentoring support. Paulina Villalonga won the third prize of mentoring from an established film and TV industry professional to help develop her documentary, The Big Suck.

Special thanks goes to Oskar De Aragues, an 18-year old DT student at Bedales School in Hampshire who designed and created the award. Bedales was selected as an award partner thanks to its progressive approach to sustainability, embodied by its new “Living with the Land” course, which fosters environmental stewardship, adventure, leadership and service.

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