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Best editing award at Kingston Film Festival for Tolworth’s Zoe

Best editing award at Kingston Film Festival for Tolworth’s Zoe

Congratulations to Tolworth’s Zoe Mendelson, 20, who has scooped the Best Editing accolade in the Kingston Film Festival’s 2021 awards event in the beer garden at the Spring Grove. Zoe’s skills creating her film Radar Man, about the life of her granddad Dennis who died from Covid-19 last year, impressed the judges. To see Radar

Congratulations to Tolworth’s Zoe Mendelson, 20, who has scooped the Best Editing accolade in the Kingston Film Festival’s 2021 awards event in the beer garden at the Spring Grove.

Zoe’s skills creating her film Radar Man, about the life of her granddad Dennis who died from Covid-19 last year, impressed the judges.

To see Radar Man and other shortlisted films in the festival visit www.kingstonfilmfestival.co.uk/2021-shortlist or email contact@kingstonfilmfestival.co.uk

Talented 17-year-old Luke Whatley-Bigg’s beautifully shot documentary about Kingston town centre was also given a screening at the festival. Luke was 15 at the time he completed the project using drones. The documentary can be seen here at www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn-kx2ihLQY

For more on the film festival read the autumn edition of The Good Life, out next month.

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