The Language of Lying, produced for the Open University, has been shortlisted for the prestigious MEDEA Awards. In a world saturated by opinion, the film asked what constitutes a lie, and explored the role of lying within public life. We’re delighted to be shortlisted and for the film to be internationally recognised.
The MEDEA Awards looks for innovation in the use of media (audio, video, graphics and animation) in education. These annual awards recognise and promote excellence in the production and pedagogical design of media-rich learning resources and bring to the forefront those producers, designers and teaching staff who provide such inspiration to the entire educational community, particularly in Europe.
The finalists will be represented at the annual Media & Learning Conference planned to take place this year in Leuven, Belgium on 12-13 October. The winner will be announced during the MEDEA Awards Ceremony taking place in Leuven Town Hall on 12 October 2020.