A Cornish student has had his short film selected as one of the best in the country, and will now see his work played to an audience of industry heads at a glittering awards ceremony at the British Film Institute in London.

George Summers, from Truro, created a four-minute film called Just Some Morning Tea for his A-level film studies course at Truro and Penwith College. His work was shortlisted from more than 700 other entries to become one of the final three in the short film category at the WJEC Moving Image Awards 2015.

George worked hard on his animation and constructed a character called Alfred which he filmed in his studio at home.

Rebekah Jones, Truro and Penwith College media and photography lecturer, said: “His use of sound and lighting was particularly commented upon and also the way he breathed life into the movement of the little character he created.”

To view George’s work visit the Truro and Penwith College Facebook page.

The Moving Image Awards recognises young film makers aged 14 to 19 years old and is organised by the WJEC who work in partnership with the British Film Institute (BFI). The overall winner will be announced at BFI South Bank in London on Friday, December 11, where George’s short film will be shown.

A-level film studies is a course designed to deepen the understanding, enjoyment and appreciation of film, whilst developing skills in the different film forms.

For more information on the course, contact Truro and Penwith College on 01872 267000 or visit www.truro-penwith.ac.uk

To view George’s work visit the Truro and Penwith College Facebook page.