- BBC Bitesize, BBC Learning
- Climate Change: Solutions, University of Exeter
- How Television Used to be Made, Royal Holloway University London
- Lancaster Castle and Northern English History: the view from the Stronghold, Lancaster University
Any educational resource that is hosted online and contains a moving image element. This award can be entered by any organisation. Types of delivery platform may include:
- Interactive websites or internet resources (where text and other elements support moving image)
- Games, Apps or other handheld device resources that incorporate moving image
- Melia's Story, University of Plymouth
- Newcastle University Guide to Exams, Newcastle University
- Safe Sheffield Drugs Campaign: Risks, University of Sheffield
- So That They May Have Life, University of Leicester
Any film that has been produced by an in-house team or individual at a university or college to promote their institution, department, facilities or specialist resources.
- Creative Advertising Lab. Propositions: What, why and how to use effectively? (edit C), University of the Arts London - Central St Martins.
- Steppe to City: childhood in Kyrgyzstan, The Open University
- Voices from the mine: Artisanal diamonds and resource governance in Sierra Leone, University of Bath
Educational films produced by universities, colleges or school sixth forms. Entries to this category can have been produced to educate either a general audience or those with a specific interest. This category is open to content that has not been broadcast but has been distributed to viewers or users via any other delivery platform.
Sponsored by The Open University
- Advertising, Brandalism & Subvertising, Hamlett Films (for The Open University)
- The Demon’s Head, CTVC Ltd/TrueTube.co.uk
- Reply With A Full Stop If You Get This, CTVC Ltd/TrueTube.co.uk
- What Do You Mean I Can’t Change The World?, CTVC Ltd/TrueTube.co.uk
Any film intended to educate either a general audience or those with a specific interest. This category is open to content that has not been broadcast, but has been distributed to viewers or users via any other delivery platform. This can include content produced by museums, libraries, publishers, galleries, charities or any other organisation or individual creating educational productions.
- Emmeline Pankhurst: The Making of a Militant, Saffron Cherry Productions
- The Fires that Foretold Grenfell, The Open University
- The NHS: A People’s History, The Open University
Productions transmitted via any broadcast channel in the UK or beyond. This includes all medium to large-scale productions, broadcast to any audience size. Films in this category should aim to educate either a general audience or those with a specific interest. Entries to this category must have broadcast between 1 December 2016 and 31 December 2017.
Student College Award - Sponsored by ERA
- Ambush, Truro College
- Kenny Rei & the spicy ladies, Manchester Film School, Manchester College
- Skin Deep, Manchester Film School, Manchester College
Student Undergraduate Award
- Chopsticks!!, Middlesex University
- Dessert, Middlesex University
- Just Josie, Westminster Film School
- Towels, Falmouth University
- Wolf Among Sheep, University of Westminster
Student Postgraduate Award
- 25th, Middlesex University
- Broken Skin, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Perfectly, Middlesex University
Student Documentary Award (FE, UG, PG) - Sponsored by The Open University
- The Cost of Happiness, University of Westminster
- Finding Your Feet, University of Stirling
- Love in 35mm, Goldsmiths, University of London
- Mountain, Priest, Son - University of Sheffield
- With All the Will in the World, University for the Creative Arts
Productions on any theme, made by students as part of a course or training activity. The productions offered may be linear drama, factual, advertising or animation films – or non-linear interactive works of any sort.
There is no shortlist of nominees for this category but a winner has been selected from those who entered this additional category and will be announced during the ceremony.
Learning on Screen is working with albert, a collaborative BAFTA, indie and broadcaster backed project that provides the film and TV industries with the necessary expertise and opportunities to take action on environmental sustainability. The project aims for all UK screen content to be made in a way that benefits individuals, industry organisations and the planet.
This year, Learning on Screen will be offering a new Sustainability Award to a production that has considered sustainability and has taken steps to reduce environmental impact during their production/ post-production.
A sustainable production might have considered the following factors:
- Use of local crew
- Cast/ crew car sharing
- Use of public transport
- Carbon positive taxi company
- Sending digital call sheets/ scripts to reduce unnecessary printing
- Recycling of catering supplies to cut down waste i.e. reusable bottles, plates, cutlery
- Use of low energy lighting
- Recycling/ donation of sets
- Use of renewable electricity in production offices, studios and post production facilities
- Recycling/ donation of costumes
- Use of the albert calculator at: https://calc.wearealbert.org/uk
- Editorial choices (i.e. showing recycling, sustainable food, electric cars etc or raising environmental issues on screen)