Film Awards

Multilingual Digital Storytelling Awards 2017 at the BFI

Stories have inspired humanity for generations. Few other funds of human experience have unfolded similar powers in connecting people across time, space, generations and cultures. The renewed interest in storytelling points to its educational potential and the continued impact on people’s lives and learning. The Multilingual Digital Storytelling Awards 2017 at the British Film Institute is the culmination to the fourth year of the Critical Connections project and a celebration of the achievement of students across project schools in the UK and overseas. This is a celebratory event showcasing some of the best work by students from schools across England, Algeria, Cyprus, Palestine, Taiwan and the United States. Working around the theme or belonging films have incorporated a range of languages including Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, English, English as an additional and foreign language, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Portuguese, Spanish, Tamil and Turkish.

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British Film Institute on the Southbank
National Film Theatre – NFT1
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XR

 

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Submit films here by 2nd June 2017

 

 

 

MDST  Awards 2016 at the BFI 

This celebratory event showcases some of the best work produced by students from schools across England, Algeria, Luxembourg, Palestine, Taiwan and the United States this year as part of our multilingual digital storytelling project. Working around the theme of fairness films have incorporated a range of languages including Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, English, English as an additional and foreign language, French, German, Greek, Latin and Spanish. Come and enjoy the digital stories!

British Film Institute – NFT1. BFI Southbank: Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XT

The 2014 Film Festival, that took  place on Tuesday 17th June in the New Academic Building at Goldsmiths, was the culmination to the second year of the Critical Connections project and a celebration of the achievement of students across the project schools in the UK and overseas.

The Film Festival, which took place on 24th June 2013 in the New Academic Building at Goldsmiths, was the culmination to the first year of the Critical Connections project and a celebration of the achievement of students across the project schools. Introduced by Professor Ken Jones, Head of the Department of Educational Studies at Goldsmiths, the festival was attended by a number of VIPs including: His Excellency, Ambassador Shen, Taipei Representative Office in the U.K.; The Counsellor Minister Mr Meriem Noureddine, Algerian Embassy; Baroness Estelle Morris (Chair of Council at Goldsmiths, Trustee of Paul Hamlyn Foundation); Abigail Knipe and Nora Loewenberg (Paul Hamlyn Foundation); Pascale Vassie (National Resource Centre).

 

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