Learning on Screen Awards 2019

Winners 2014

Educational Multimedia Award

50 YEARS OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE
National Theatre

The 50 years of the National Theatre iPad app is a rich audiovisual resource celebrating the National TheatreÕs history and revealing the skill behind theatre-making. This first app from the National Theatre widens the reach of their archive content to a larger audience, making it accessible outside of the physical building. The exclusive content includes hundreds of photographs, video content, design sketches, stage management reports and more on 50 key productions.

General In-House Production Award

THE LAST TABOO
Solent Productions (Southampton Solent University) and Take 2 Afrika
Director: Tony Steyger

THE LAST TABOO is not a worthy documentary with a righteous message. Instead it uses humour and sincerity to tell the stories of two remarkable Kenyan men who are helping their local communities to stop defecating in the open and start building toilets.    Unflinchingly and with affection, THE LAST TABOO shines a light on an unsolved public health crisis to inspire the audience to believe in people power and the possibilities for change.

Courseware and Curriculum Non-Broadcast Award

THE MAGDALENES
CTVC Ltd / TrueTube.co.uk
Director: Nick Carew

Courseware and Curriculum In-House Production Award

HOW TO SEE YOUR BRAIN WORKING – MEASURING ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY USING EEG
University of Derby Media Production and Support Team
Director & Producer: Rob Higson

Courseware and Curriculum Broadcast Award

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT TIME: FROM PAGE TO STAGE
BBC for BBC Two Learning Zone
Executive Producer: Helen Foulkes

General Education Non-Broadcast Award

KEEPING ON AN EVEN KEEL – THE ROLE OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND
Pukka Films Ltd with Cognitive Media
Director: Paul Katis

General Education Broadcast Award

PAIN, PUS AND POISON: THE SEARCH FOR MODERN MEDICINES (EPISODE 1: PAIN)
BBC and the Open University for BBC Four
Director: Alex Freeman

Student Undergraduate and Further Education Documentary Award

PROMISED BREAD
University of the Creative Arts
Director: & Producer: Žavinta Karsokaitė

Student Production Postgraduate Documentary Award

THE CLEANERS
National Film and Television School
Director & Producer: Konstantinos Georgousis

Student Production Undergraduate and Further Education Award

MOONLIGHTING
University of Westminster
Director: Jonas Zimmermann

Student Production Postgraduate Award

MISS TODD
National Film and Television School
Director: Kristina Yee

Special Commendation

The following production received a Special Commendation certificate from the jury:

Student Production Undergraduate and Further Education Award

PSYCHOSIS IS NOTHING LIKE A BADGER
City of Bath College
Director & Producer: Henry Gale

Special Jury Award

University of Leicester

Premier Award

PAIN, PUS AND POISON: THE SEARCH FOR MODERN MEDICINES (EPISODE 1: PAIN)
BBC and the Open University for BBC Four
Director: Alex Freeman