Award-winning video about homelessness in Norwich to be screened at The Forum

The work of three University of East Anglia (UEA) students which has recently won a national BBC award will go on display at The Forum in Norwich on Wednesday, June 6.

The three broadcast journalism students - Guy Wilson, 21, Will Hanford, 20, and Nate Dove, 23 - created a documentary about living on the streets of Norwich, which was designed to be viewed across five screens running simultaneously - such as at The Forum's Fusion digital theatre.

Their 12-minute film, which claimed the Postgraduate Student Journalism Innovation Award, was produced as part of a broadcast journalism module in conjunction with BBC Voices and SeeMedia - an EU-funded project to create an Internet TV channel for young people.

It will be screened on a continuous loop between 6pm and 9pm.


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