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Life is Strange Honoured with Futures of Media Award

Life is Strange Honoured with Futures of Media Award

Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix's socially aware, tragic episodic game Life is Strange has been selected as one of the five releases that show "excellence and innovation in digital storytelling". This is the only game to be handed an award from Futures of Media, which is sponsored by Peabody and Facebook.

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The complete list of winners can be found below:

Ebola Outbreak

FRONTLINE travels to the epicenter of the Ebola crisis to find out how and why the outbreak has spiraled out of control -- and to track the fight to contain the virus's deadly spread.

Halal in the Family

Halal in the Family aims to expose a broad audience to some of the realities of being Muslim in America. By using satire we will encourage people to reconsider their assumptions about Muslims while providing a balm to those experiencing anti-Muslim bias... Each of the four episodes focuses on a different challenge faced by American Muslims and communities associated with Muslims. The themes, which were identified by Muslim and civil rights organizations, include surveillance and spying in Muslim communities; online bullying and hate networks; media bias; and the use of anti-Muslim prejudice for political gain.


...a multimedia exploration of filmmaker Ken Dornstein’s grief after his brother David was killed in the bombing of Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie, was nominated for web excellence. The project — told through a collection of David’s items that Ken inherited when he died — wove audio of David’s voice with interactive visual and text elements.

Life is Strange

Life Is Strange is a five part episodic game that sets out to revolutionise story based choice and consequence games by allowing the player to rewind time and affect the past, present and future.

One Year in Ferguson

The issues that have come to the fore since Aug. 9, 2014, when Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson killed 18-year-old Michael Brown have been developing for decades. What actually happened on Canfield Drive will continue to be discussed, but attention is increasingly focused on community-police relations, racial profiling and racial and economic disparities and more. Here you’ll find our efforts to illuminate and explain the events that have happened and the wide-ranging conversation that is going on.

 Thanks, Polygon and Variety.

James Robert Clements

James Robert Clements

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