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Cornwall film in Bafta nomination

A film shot in Cornwall with the help of staff and students at Falmouth University has been shortlisted for a prestigious film award.

The short movie called Island Queen cost £1,000 to make.

The film is about a young woman who lives on a small island who becomes pregnant and was shot over a couple of days entirely in Cornwall.

Music for the production was donated by DJ/producer The Last Skeptik.

The film has been listed for Best British Short Film at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards.

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