Bio

Ross Domoney is a multi award winning freelance film-maker from the UK who is currently based in London. His documentary work focuses on social/human right issues, urban geography, character lead narratives and the affect of political protest on cities, authorities and underground movements. Ross studied at the London College of Communication, completing a degree in photojournalism and went onto study documentary film making at the National Film and Television School. His work has been published by the Guardian, ITV, The Wall Street Journal, Evening Standard, The Daily Mirror, TimeOut, Foto8, The Discovery Channel, Channel 4 and has been recognised by the BBC. Variety magazine selected Ross as one of the 100 students who represent the future of film, media and entertainment in 2015. He has recently won a Royal Television Society award as well as making it onto the shortlist for the prestigious Grierson trust award. 


Awards and Honours :
Uprooted
Winner: Best Post Graduate Factual Documentary 
Shortlisted : at the Grierson Sky Atlantic Award
Official Selection : London Shorts Film Festival
Official Selection : Portsmouth Film Festival
Official Selection : Urban Film Festival
Official Selection : Cineflix Film Festival
The High Price of Gold
Winner : Audience Award at Thessaloniki Film Festival
Winner : Best Documentary at Prime Cuts Film Festival
Winner : Best Documentary at Limelight Film Awards
Official Selection : Raindance Film Festival
Official Selection : One World Media Award
Official Selection : Munich International Student Festival
Official Selection : London Short Film Festival
Official Selection : Tempere Film Festival
From Gazi to Gezi - a stones throw away
Winner: Best Documentary at European Independent Film Festival
Paris: don't bury your dreams
Official Selection : London Shorts Film Festival 
Official Selection : Victoria Film Festival 

 Education
 London School of Communication
Degree in Photojournalism
National Film & Television School
Masters Degree in Directing Documentary 
 

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