Science TV and new Media Festival 2014

2014 European Science TV and new Media Festival Awards Evening: the shortlist

The 2014 European Science TV and new Media Festival at ESOF

During the 2014 European Science TV and new Media Festival at ESOF in Copenhagen, a jury of scientists, producers and science journalists selected a shortlist of productions for each category, from which a winner of each European Science TV and New Media Awards is selected.

The winners will be announced at Ciencia Viva in Lisbon on the 28th November, the event is free to attend and open to all.

For further details leaf through the brochure!

Pavilhão do Conhecimento – Ciência Viva
Alameda dos Oceanos, Lote 2.10.01
1990-223 Lisboa
Portugal

Shortlisted productions

TV Documentaries – sponsored by Johnson & Johnson

  • In Vitro Meat – Soon to be Served?, France
  • Last Call, Italy / Germany / Norway
  • Madagascar – Beyond Africa, from series Fascinating Earth, Germany
  • Taming the Quantum World, Denmark
  • The Gut, Our Second Brain, France

TV Drama &- sponsored by NEF: The Innovation Institute

  • Coup De Grace, from series ‘Silent Witness’, UK
  • Dangerous Self-experiment, from series ‘Galileo’, Germany
  • Maria, Poland

TV General Programmes – sponsored by EuroPAWS

  • Adventures in Time, from series ‘Dara O’Briain’s Science Club’, UK
  • Autism, from series ‘Matiere Grise’, Belgium
  • Showdown On Superbrains, from series ‘Galileo’, Germany
  • This is Mathematics, Portugal

New Media Productions – sponsored by EuroScience

  • Bloodline: The Search For Speed, Ireland
  • Celebrating Crystallography, UK
  • Play to Cure: Genes in Space, UK
  • Stem Cells – reality and hope, Portugal
  • The Cosmic Rain, Spain

The Environment Prize – sponsored by “La Caixa” Foundation

  • Energy, from series ‘There’s Life In Serralves’, Portugal
  • In Vitro Meat – Soon to be Served?, France
  • Last Call, Italy / Germany / Norway
  • Madagascar – Beyond Africa, from series ‘Fascinating Earth’, Germany

Medical Research – sponsored by Johnson & Johnson

  • Autism, from series Matiere Grise, Belgium
  • Pain (Episode 1), from series Pain, Pus and Poison, UK
  • Stem Cells – reality and hope, Portugal
  • The Gut, Our Second Brain, France

Women in Science – sponsored by EuroScience

  • Coup De Grace, from series ‘Silent Witness’, UK
  • Francoise Barre-Sinoussi : a Prize For Life, France
  • Maria, Poland

The Young Jury Prize – sponsored by EuroPAWS/OMNI Communications

  • This is a new prize for the best Science TV Documentary as judged by a European teenage Jury

The Jury Prize – supported by Ciencia Viva

  • Awarded by the jury for a production with distincive qualitites but of contrasting style to a category winner.