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Pursuit wins Best Cinematography

Film poster with Pursuit in red at the top and a woman being followed by two men in an Oxford quadAt the recent Oxford University Short Film Festival, Pursuit received the Best Cinematography Award. The film was directed by Isabelle Masterson and co-written by Isabelle Masterson and Rachel McGinty. Rachel was also Production Manager for the film.

The short film is a psychological drama that takes place in real time over the course of one night as a student is followed.

Isabelle and Rachel commented, “We are so thrilled to have achieved the award for Best Cinematography at the Oxford University Short Film Festival 2024 for our short film ‘Pursuit’! Directing the film and working with students across Oxford has been a great experience, and we have produced something we’re all really proud of.”

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Published: 1 April 2024

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