Winners: film category

The industry professional judge for the film category was Emma Hindley, documentary filmmaker.

The academic judge was Lilie Chouliaraki, Professor of Media and Communications, LSE.

Best in show

Adnan Khan  - International Growth Centre, LSE
Taxing Pakistan: how to motivate civil servants"

"Very well crafted, with a clear and passionate narrative and multiple voices."

Highly commended

1) Oriana Bandiera and Nava Ashraf -  International Growth Centre, LSE
Health workers in Zambia: co-producing knowledge

" This was well presented with a good range of voices and aclear presentation of the argument."

 

2) Michael Mason -  Department of Geography and Environment, LSE
Helping the Palestinian Territory adapt to climate change

"Good use of animation, a coherent narrative and clear and consise execution."

 

3) John Van Reenen -  Department of Economics and Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), LSE

Inequality in the UK

"Clear, concise, with informative graphics and beautifully produced."

 

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