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14 February 2024

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St Hugh’s English undergraduate wins film award

Congratulations to St Hugh’s second year undergraduate, Natalie Tiede (English, 2022) whose new short film, ‘Windows’  was recently premiered at the Oxford University Short Film Festival where it won Best Original Score.

The majority of the film takes the form of an imagined lecture on the problems of perception, in which ‘the window’ acts as an overarching metaphor. As the lecture goes on, however, the lecturer’s own obsessive tendencies begin to bleed into her presentation.

Natalie wrote the script as a way of digesting the scholarly complexities of a year at university and shot the film last Michaelmas with the help of a crew assembled from around Oxford.

‘Windows’ is being screened in Mordan Hall at St Hugh’s on Friday 16 February at 6.00pm.

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