BAFTA boost for Shropshire student

An aspiring film-maker has been offered the chance of a lifetime with a BAFTA Directing Mentorship from an award-winning director.
Cameron Brydone-Reed, 19, who studied at Shrewsbury Sixth Form College, will learn from the three-time BAFTA Cymru winner for Best Director, Euros Lyn. Lyn is known for his work on Doctor Who as well as Casualty and Broadchurch. Cameron was selected because of his work with the Shropshire BFI Film Academy, with the support of Wem-based design and film company MediaActive.
Cameron said, “I’m amazed and pleased that I’ve been given such a fantastic opportunity. I’m excited to meet with Euros and hear from the perspective of such an experienced and acclaimed person!”

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