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Nominations for Learning on Screen Awards 2011

The nominees and winners of the 2011 Learning on Screen Awards are as follows:

General Education Broadcast Award

Inside Nature’s Giants: Giant Squid
Executive Producer & Director: David Dugan
Windfall FilmsInside Nature’s Giants: Giant Squid

Executive Producer & Director: David Dugan

Windfall Films

Inside Nature’s Giants: Giant Squid – special commendation
Windfall Films
Executive Producer & Director – David Dugan

NEW College, Bromsgrove collecting the Special Jury Award

NEW College, Bromsgrove collecting the Special Jury Award

Race & Intelligence: Science’s Last Taboo
Windfall Films
Director – David Hickman

Sectioned – winner
The Open University/BBC/Maverick
Director – Ben Anthony

Tackling Drugs
Mike Dick Productions Ltd
Producers – Mike Dick & Ruth Bolland

General Education Non Broadcast Award

Family Group Conferences for Adults
Solent Productions
Director – Jonathan Plummer

Free Health Checks Instructional DVD
Media and Learning Technologies, Aston University
Director – Nick Birch

L2K – winner
Kent Fire & Rescue Service
Directors – Chris Newberry & Stefan Georgiou

VORTEX
The Open University and the Hunnia Filmstudio Budapest
Directors – John Oates and Csaba Szekeres

General Education Multimedia Award

Colonial Film: Moving Images of the British Empire
BFI, Birkbeck College & UCL
Producers – Lee Grieveson & Colin Maccabe

Open Politics Vodcasts
Angel Eye & The Open University
Producer – Sarah Carr

Top Teeth – winner
BBC Northern Ireland
Producer – Muireann Nic Caba

Who do you think you really are?
Natural History Museum
Executive Producer – Ailsa Barry

Courseware and Curriculum Award (Non-Broadcast)

BBC Bang Goes the Theory Teacher’s Pack
BBC

The GALS Screen (Gait, Arms, Legs, Spine)
Video Production Unit, University of Nottingham
Directors – Alec Millward & Alan Mintey

Me and Orson Welles Learning Resources – winner
Film Education
Directors – Ian Wall & Jane Dickson

Courseware and Curriculum Award (Multimedia)

How to Train Your Dragon Interactive CD-Rom and Website
Film Education
Directors – Ian Wall & Jane Dickson

Scrubbing Up – winner
St George’s, University of London & Interactive Solutions
Co-Director & Producer – Kenton Lewis

Some Dogs Bite Interactive
Kindle Entertainment/BBC Learning
Producer – Matthew Williams

The Tate Movie Project Website
Tate, Fallon, BBC Learning & Aardman Animations

Student Production Undergraduate & F.E. sponsored by AVID

From a Book
Cleveland College of Art & Design
Director & Producer – Karl Bauer; First Assistant Director – Tim Pankovas Avid

It Takes Two
NEW College, Bromsgrove
Producer & Editor – Oliver Walton

Small Hours – winner
University of Gloucestershire & Holeshot Films
Director – Adam Batchelor; Director of Photography – Seb Levett; Editor – Peter Walsh

Way Back When
The Tank Museum (The Arts University College at Bournemouth)
Director – Conrad Milligan; Producer – David Tallon

Student Production Postgraduate sponsored by AVID

The Confession
National Film and Television School
Director – Tanel Toom Avid

Creating Life: the Ultimate Engineering Challenge – special commendation
Science Communication Group, Imperial College London
Directors – Kelly Neaves & Dominic Rees-Roberts

Sarajevo: Shelved Memories
Cinema Humain and Blue Hippo Media in association with the University of Reading
Director & Co-Producer – Reina-Marie Loader

Stanley Pickle – winner
National Film and Television School
Director – Victoria Mather

Special Jury Award

It Takes Two – winner
NEW College, Bromsgrove
Producer & Editor – Oliver Walton

Premier Award (production)

VORTEX – winner
The Open University and the Hunnia Filmstudio Budapest
Directors – John Oates and Csaba Szekere
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Premier Award (multimedia)

Who do you think you really are? - winner
Natural History Museum
Executive Producer – Ailsa Barry

A full list of entries to the 2011 Learning on Screen Awards is available to view here.