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Meet The Winners: Rosie Westhoff & Fiona Hardingham

The inaugural Gold Screen winners of our Dreampitch category, Rosie Westhoff and Fiona Hardingham, are joining shots Features Editor Linda Codega to talk about their journeys as creatives and the pitch that earned them an award at this year’s YDA.

Linda will talking to Rosie and Fiona about how their collaborative partnership came about, the importance of committing to translating realistic lived experiences to the screen, and how our Dreampitch category is the perfect initiative for supporting independent producers.

Check out Charlotte Amelia Poe’s work, which inspired the series How To Be, here.

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