London filmmakers recognised at the Portobello Film Festival Awards

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London filmmakers recognised at the Portobello Film Festival Awards

Marking the end of the Portobello Film festival, filmmakers from around the world gathered in West London for their annual awards ceremony on Sunday.

Alicia Edwards spoke to some of the nominees ahead of the awards, including college students, Armstrong Nkosi and Kevin Kimbenga, who were nominated for their film ‘The Eyes of Grenfell’.

Filmmaker, Luke Bradford, went on to pick up the award for best film for his film, 'Risk'. 

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