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Previous winner's interviews

The winner of the 2017 Best Research Film category was Dr Beth Singler from the University of Cambridge talks about 'Pain In The Machine' and the collaboration behind it.

Hear the reaction from some of the winners of the Doctoral or Early Career Film Award, 'Unearthing Elephant', by Rebecca Davies, Eva Sajovic and Shona Hamilton.

Chris Jordan (Global Development Institute, University of Manchester) accepted the International Development Award on behalf of researcher Dr Joanne Jordan while she was on fieldwork in India. Find out more about the winning film on climate change in this mini interview.

Iriz Zaki from Royal Holloway, University of London won the Innovation Award in 2017 where her film, located in Haifa, Israel uses what she terms the 'abandoned camera technique.' We speak to Iris following her win at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly.

Directors Kate Baxter and Elizabeth Dixon discuss the value of their film Whirlpool being recognised for the Inspiration Award. Their film was about the twentieth-century deaf and blind American, Helen Keller who was committed to social change.