Glasgow-born Krysty Wilson is a graduate of RSAMD where she studied screenwriting and graduated with a first-class degree in digital film and television. She stood out amongst her peers as a natural-born talent and developed into one of the brightest students.
Krysty has a gift for storytelling and displayed invention, imagination and creativity during her undergraduate studies. She has been accepted onto the MA in Screenwriting course at NFTS, Beaconsfield. She writes that this course would “give the best possible chance to hone the skills to become an excellent screenwriter”.
Her tutors at RSAMD have no doubt that as a talented screenwriter already she has the potential to develop into a significant voice in British cinema. Krysty’s ambition is to return to Scotland after her training and work to develop the local film industry.
How the Award Helped
The Dewar Award will help towards the substantial costs for the first year at NFTS.
Since the Award
After a very successful first year at NFTS, the trustees were pleased to extend their support of Krysty into the second and final year.