Boston, MA, USA (September 22, 2016) — Jackson Hole WILD is delighted to announce the complete list of winners selected for its third biennial 2016 Jackson Hole Science Media Awards (JHSMA). JHSMA celebrates the world’s most effective science storytellers and stories. This year’s competition saw more than 500 entries competing for 25 special awards. More than 115 international judges screened an aggregated 2100+ hours in order to select the finalist films.
Award winners were honored last night September 21 at the Harvard Art Museum in Boston. This film competition anchored the Science Media Awards and Summit at the Hub (SMASH) at WGBH Studios in Boston, a three day
conference gathering 300+ top scientists and science media stakeholders from around the world to share new work, new approaches and new ideas.
David Attenborough’s Light On Earth
Terra Mater Factual Studios/Ammonite Films, CuriosityStream, with: BBC, UKTV, ABC Australia Director/Producer: Joe Loncraine, Director of Photography: Martin Dohrn, Cinematographers: Jack Hynes, Fraser Johnston, Elliot Lowndes, Jonathan Esling, Ian Stewart
Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough: Ep.1 Builders
Discovery Channel presents a Natural Resources Defense Council, Imaginary Forces, International Fund for Animal Welfare, and Diamond Docs production
Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea and Discovery Channel present an Oceanic Preservation Society film in association with Vulcan Productions, The Li Ka Shing Foundation, Earth Day Texas, JP’s Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs, and Insurgent Docs
Twice Born: Stories From The Special Delivery Unit: Ep. 1
Inside Einstein’s Mind
A NOVA Production by Windfall Films Ltd. (part of the Argonon Group) for WGBH Boston, produced in association with the BBC
The Origami Code
La Compagnie des TaxiBrousee, Fact + Film, Leonardo Film and ZDF/3Sat
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman: Are We Bigots?
Produced by Revelations Entertainment for Science Channel
Think Like A Scientist
Produced for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute by Day’s Edge Productions
Uranium – Twisting the Dragon’s Tail
Genepool Productions, in association with Screen Australia, Film Victoria, SBS, PBS and ZDF/ARTE
Moth Mimicry: Using Ultrasound to Avoid Bats
Gorongosa Media Project and Off the Fence, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
David Attenborough’s Conquest of the Skies 3D
Atlantic Productions, Sky 3D
NY Hall of Science, Design I/O
Case Western Reserve University’s Interactive Commons and Cleveland Clinic
Vaccines—Calling the Shots
A NOVA Production by Tangled Bank Studios, LLC, in association with Genepool Productions Pty Ltd. for WGBH Boston
E.O. Wilson-Of Ants and Men
Shining Red Productions, Inc. for PBS
Host: E.O. Wilson
Design Squad Global
WGBH Educational Foundation
Red Wolf Revival
Roshan Patel, Nestbox Collective
National Public Radio
Return of the River
Writer: Jessica Plumb
Okeanos – Foundation for the Sea and Discovery Channel present an Oceanic Preservation
Society film in association with Vulcan Productions, The Li Ka Shing Foundation, Earth Day
Texas, JP’s Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation, Diamond Docs, Insurgent Docs
Editor: Geoffrey Richman, A.C.E., Lyman Smith, Jason Zeldes
Forces of Nature: Shape
A BBC Production with PBS coproduced by France Televisions
Cinematographers: Simon de Glanville, Tim Cragg, Roger Munns
Operation: Lighthouse Rescue
A NOVA Production by Windfall Films LTD (Part of the Argonon Group) for WGBH Boston
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