The winners of our Rudebox Shorts competition has finally been selected by our panel of esteemed judges.
After much video watching and head scratching, our jury of film critic Jonathan Ross, legendary director Lord Puttnam, head of T4 and 4Music Jules Oldroyd, Robbie's video commissioner Carrie Sutton and Robbie Williams have selected not one, but two winners, who each win the top prize of £7귔.
The winners were decided via a strict point-scoring system, so it was a fantastic surprise to end up with two joint winners.
Adding the Jury prize to it's audience award prize is 12ᅢ Pounds from Nahuel Narena and Patricia Byrne, who you voted your favourite short last week. Our other winning film, The 80's, is by directors Vincenzo Ricchiuto and Massimo Sbaraccani, whose film brilliantly recreates the feel of an 80's teenage bedroom as the centre of the universe.
Congratulations to both winning teams. As well as winning the top prize, the director will now be able to pitch an idea for Robbie's next video, a prize also offered to our second and third positions.