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Nominations for 2010 Learning on Screen Awards

Learning on Screen Awards 2010 The shortlist of nominees for the 2010 awards is as follows:

General Education Broadcast Award

The Cell
BBC Scotland
Producer – Jacqueline Smith

Glamour’s Golden Age
BBC Productions
Director – Colin Lennox

The Love of Money – winner
BBC Factual and The Open University
Director – Guy Smith

The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Revolutionaries
IWC Media for the BBC
Director – Andrew Hutton

Saving Britain’s Past (series)
The Open University/BBC
Directors – Rosie Schellenberg, Helen Nixon, Andrea Illescas and David Vincent

General Education Non Broadcast Award

The Good Presentation Video
Angel Productions
Director – Stephen Engelhard

Moving Memories: Tales from Moss Side and Hulme – winner
Troubadour Cultural Heritage Foundation Ltd
Director – Karen Gabay

Within These Halls 2 Alcohol
TVR Television Roehampton
Director – Patrick Wright

General Education Multimedia Award

The Poetry Channel
The English & Media Centre
Director – Michael Simons

Scotland on Screen
National Library of Scotland, Learning and Teaching Scotland, Scottish Screen
Directors – David Griffith, Gerry Queen, Adam Seddon and Ruth Washbrook

Skills for Life
Gamelab London
Producer/Director – Martin Wright / Owen Smith

Smokescreen – winner
Six to Start for Channel 4

Course and Curriculum-Related Content

Ethics in Computing: Real Ethics and Virtual Reality
The Production Zone and Leeds Media Services
Director – David Felber

Opium: Culture, Wars, Markets – winner
Nomad Films for The Open University
Director – Easher Raphael

Organic Gardening for Primary Schools – winner
Agtel
Executive Producer – Michael Parker

Tightropes and Safety Nets Counseling Suicidal Clients
University Of Leicester
Directors – Dr Andrew Reeves, Jon Shears and Professor Sue Wheeler

Student Production Undergraduate

Pipe Down
Liverpool Hope University
Director – Cian O’Laoi and Oliver Knowles

Prehistoric Wiltshire – winner
Interactive Media Centre / Wiltshire College
Director – Phillip Lindsey-Cooke

Smarter than the Average Bear
University of Gloucestershire
Director – Tomas Fuller, Producer – Oliver Bloor

Student Production Post Graduate

Blackwater
National Film and Television School
Director – Konstatinos Frangopoulos, Producer – Sunny Midha

Dirty Work
University College Falmouth
Director – Siobhan Robbie

The Incredible Story of my Great Grandmother Olive – winner
National Film and Television School
Director – Alberto Rodriguez, Producer – Sunny Midha

Ride on Rwanda
University College Falmouth
Director – Lindsey Cole

Premier Award

The Love of Money – winner
BBC Factual and The Open University
Director – Guy Smith

Special Jury Award

Saving Britain’s Past (series) – winner
The Open University/BBC
Directors – Rosie Schellenberg, Helen Nixon, Andrea Illescas and David Vincent

The 2010 Awards took place during the Learning on Screen Conference at the Open University in Milton Keynes on the 27-28 April 2010.

Contact details:
Learning On Screen Awards 2010
BUFVC, 77 Wells Street, London W1T 3QJ
Email: learningonscreen@bufvc.ac.uk
Tel: 020 7393 1512 / Fax 020 7393 1555