We’re delighted that from entries from all over the world, the Language of Lying, has won this year’s MEDEA Award!
The awards celebrate the best use of media in education, a broad term that encompasses a huge range of technologies from machine learning to film. A panel of fifty five international education experts whittled down the entries to seven finalists. On the 28th October we attended a virtual awards ceremony. Our win was announced by a knock on the Hamlett Films’ office door and we were presented in person with the trophy by a member of the MEDEA Awards team. A wonderful surprise!
We are honoured to have won such a prestigious award and to be recognised by experts in education. A huge congratulations to our client The Open University, especially academic Philip Seargeant who led the production, and thanks to everyone who worked on the project.