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Oscar for Gravity effects, made by Bournemouth graduates

Bournemouth graduates, who worked on award-winning sci-fi movie Gravity, are celebrating this morning after the film won the Oscar for Visual Effects.

The film's visual effects were created by effects house Framestore in London, which recruited 10 alumni from the Arts University Bournemouth.

The animation and visual effects graduates worked on the paint, roto and tracking for the film.

Arts University Bournemouth graduates worked on the Oscar winning film Gravity Credit: Warner Brothers

Child star shines in Les Miserables' Oscar night - full report

She's the face of the movie blockbuster, Les Miserables, which won three awards at the Oscar's last night.

Isabelle Allen has a role in the film and also features on posters promoting the award-winning film right around the world.

But the ten year old from Sussex wasn't rubbing shoulders with the stars at the glitzy ceremony in Hollywood. While those in the world of showbiz were eagerly anticipating who would win the film industry's top accolades, Isabelle was looking forward to another day at school.

It was there that Charlotte Wilkins caught up with her to find out what she thought of the film's success.

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ITV Meridian takes top RTS awards

Simon Parkin receives his RTS award from Channel Four's Kate Quilton (right) and with hosts Sally Taylor & Fred Dinenage Credit: Robin Britton/ITV News Meridian
ITV Meridian reporter Kerry Swain receives her award from Sangeeta Bhabra, joined by the event hosts Sally Taylor and Fred Dinenage Credit: Robin Britton/ITV News Meridian
Fred Dinenage with ITV Meridian's Simon Hardwick as he receives the Best Technical Achievement award Credit: Robin Britton/ITV News Meridian

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