A video featuring a jumbo jet smashing into a street of houses has won a prize in an anti-Heathrow film competition backed by MP Zac Goldsmith.
The animation came second in a contest which featured celebrity judges Hugh Grant, Holly Willoughby and Boris Johnson's sister Rachel.
Entrants were asked to produce a short video to draw attention to the campaign against a third runway. Watch in full below (the jumbo jet crash scene starts at 57 seconds).
- The £10,000 first prize went to a film called Heathrow Won't Listen which used aircraft noise to drown out the sounds of everyday life
- The £3,000 runner up, Say No, shows a Boeing 747 landing on a street and demolishing homes
- The videos were shortlisted by the judges before a final vote from an audience at Richmond Theatre
The video has been attacked as "in appalling taste" by pro-Heathrow campaign group 'Back Heathrow', made up of businesses, residents and unions.