The satire of YouTube culture picked up the award at the annual film festival.
Pls Like was published on the BBC Three YouTube channel. The mockumentary followed a man’s journey attempting to become a “superstar vlogger” and starred Liam Williams, Tim Key, Jon Pointing and Emma Sidi. TenEighty previously interviewed writer and star Liam Williams in February when the series was already receiving “strong reviews from media publications”. The win was announced on the festival’s twitter:
— Raindance Web Fest (@LondonWebFest) October 1, 2017
Pls Like was alongside nominees such as Stories of Note, I Gotta Be Me, and Millennial Theory.
Director Tom Kingsley took to twitter to make the announcement:
— Tom Kingsley (@kingsley_tom) October 1, 2017
The entire series of Pls Like can be found below:
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