Awards

'Hindenburg: The Untold Story'

Thursday, 22 September 2011

Recieves an Emmy for OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT IN A CRAFT: LIGHTING DIRECTION & SCENIC DESIGN. Congratulations and thank you to all involved on this, especially Production Designer Ewa Skoczkowska and Director of Photography David Langan.


Celtic Film Award

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Celtic Media Film 2011 The Spirit of the Festival Award: Ras yn Erbyn Amser


Realscreen Factual Entertainment Awards 2011

Monday, 27 June 2011

Non-Fiction: An Idiot Abroad


Most recent awards include:

Broadcast Awards 2011 Best Single Documentary:  Katie: My Beautiful Face

One World Media Awards 2011 Drama Award:  The Promise

Panda Wildlife Awards 2011 Award for Innovation: Extreme Animals in the Womb

Foreign Press Association Awards 2010

Documentary of the Year Award: For Neda

Journalist of the Year Award: Antony Thomas and Saeed Kamali Dehghan,  For Neda

Peabody Awards 2010

Peabody Award for Drama: Endgame

Peabody Award for Documentary: For Neda


The Promise wins at One World Media Awards

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

The Promise won the Drama Award at the One World Media Awards last night.

One World Media Awards recognise excellence in media coverage of the developing world and the Drama Award, highlights the contribution of feature films and TV and radio dramas in bringing international stories to UK audiences.

Peter Kosminsky's critically-acclaimed Channel 4 series, The Promise, explored Britain's role in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


Pioneer scoops Wildlife Award for Extreme Animals in the Womb

Friday, 04 March 2011

Pioneer Productions was recognised at the Panda Awards for its critically acclaimed series, In the Womb; Extreme Animals, it was announced today.

The awards were part of the Wildscreen Global Wildlife and Environmental Film Festival held in Bristol for more than 600 delegates from around the world.

The two hour special, which was a co-production for Channel 4 and National Geographic received the Parthenon Entertainment Award for Innovation.

BBC presenter Kate Silverton and explorer Benedict Allen presented Pioneer's Head of Production, Kirstie McLure with the award.

Kirstie said: "Pioneer is very proud of our In the Womb series and to be commended for our innovation by Wildscreen is testament to everyone who worked so hard from developing the idea to getting it on screen. We're absolutely delighted!"

The series was directed by Peter Chin.

For more information please contact Louise Plank on 020 8995 3936 or lou@plankpr.com


Tinopolis Interactive Short listed for e-Government awards

Thursday, 10 February 2011

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In Partnership with Scottish Government, Tinopolis Interactive was nominated as a finalist at the recent e-Government awards. The 'Engage for Education' website was short listed in two categories; 'Central e-Government excellence: Team' and 'e-Government excellence: Innovation in strategy on a national level'.

The prestigious event held in the London Guildhall last month highlighted the success achieved by both Scottish Government to undertake a web based project to engage directly with the education community, and by Tinopolis Interactive to consult, design and build a highly user friendly social platform yielding very high numbers of both unique and repeat site users.
Engage for Education is a ground breaking online public participation project to enable people across Scotland's education community to engage directly with the Scottish Government about the issues important to them. As well as offering the exclusive chance to read and comment on Ministerial blogs and a range of guest opinions, this site plays host to interactive workshops for a wide audience including parents, teachers, learners of all ages and educational professionals.

 


Previous awards:

BAFTA

  • Best Drama:  The Government Inspector
  • Best Actor:  Mark Rylance, The Government Inspector
  • Best Music:  Jocelyn Pook, The Government Inspector
  • Best Current Affairs:  Dispatches Beslan
  • Best Drama Serial:  Britz
  • Best Sport: The Ashes
  • Best Sport Channel 4 Cricket (2 times)
  • Best Children's Entertainment : Rad
  • Best Breakthrough Talent: Jessie Versluys for Katie: My Beautiful Face

 

RTS

  • Best Drama:  The Government Inspector
  • Lifetime award:  George Carey
  • Best Drama Serial:  Britz
  • Craft And Design Judges Award: Sunset + Vine
  • Live Outside Broadcast Coverage of the Year : Channel 4 Test Cricket (2 times)
  • Sports Programme Of The Year: Channel 4 Cricket (2 times)
  • Technical Innovation: Hawkeye

Grierson

  • Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue:  Terror in Moscow
  • Best Drama Documentary:  Endgame