Movie shot at Burrator in Devon wins BAFTA
A film shot at two locations in Devon has won the BAFTA for Best Short Film.
Swimmer, by award-winning director Lynne Ramsay, won the prize at a glittering ceremony hosted by Stephen Fry tonight.
The 17-minute movie was shot at locations including Burrator and at Spitchwick on Dartmoor.
Filmed in black and white, the film focuses on the journey of a wild swimmer.
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It stars several children from Devon and Cornwall who won parts after auditions that were held at the Holiday Inn in Plymouth.
Nine-year-old Jasper Martin, who lives at Tideford, and goes to Sir Robert Geffery's School in Landrake, did two days of filming for the movie, as did locals Sam Hockday and Kit Johnson.
Ramsay had previously won acclaim for her astonishing movie adaption of Lionel Shriver's novel We Need To Talk About Kevin.