The Royal National Theatre Foundation judging panel, led by the author Kate Mosse, said of Foxfinder:
"We chose a play about grief, about religious mania, about the ways in which women and men are forced to adapt to survive. Foxfinder is clever, beautifully crafted and a skilful blend of symbol and realism. Atmospheric and brimful with heightened emotion, it is both a strong ensemble piece and has four strong and individual roles. The writing is muscular and accomplished, and the words sing on the page."
The jury of Aspen Shortsfest said of The Kármán Line:
"There are many insightful life metaphors in this year's winner. On some levels the film can be seen as a comedy – because it is indeed witty and full of the unexpected - but it is ultimately profound and tender. It touches our emotions, all of them, from anger to sadness to love, and it leaves us deeply moved."