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Testicular cancer awareness film in the running for national award

PUBLISHED: 11:08 20 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:35 20 March 2018

Students from City College Norwich have made a film about testicular cancer, which is in the running for a national award. Photo: Courtesy of City College Norwich.

Students from City College Norwich have made a film about testicular cancer, which is in the running for a national award. Photo: Courtesy of City College Norwich.

Courtesy of City College Norwich.

A short student film raising the awareness of testicular cancer is in the running for a national award.

Chris T’s Story was written and produced by three City College Norwich students and local testicular cancer charity It’s on the Ball.

It has reached the final stages of this year’s National Charity Film Awards.

People can vote for the film online to be shortlisted as well as donate to It’s on the Ball.

Award winners will be announced in late April at a red carpet award ceremony in London.

Chris T’s Story features a local couple who explain how they discovered that Chris was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer and the impact it has had on their lives.

It is used by It’s on the Ball for talks in schools and colleges about how to detect the signs and symptoms of Testicular Cancer.

Visit www.charityfilmawards.com/videos/chris-t-story to cast your vote for the film.


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