“Remembering Windrush”, which is aimed at children, details Caribbean migration to the UK.
It took home Bronze in the Social Science, Education and Discovery category.
The film won the award in a strong field of nearly 1,200 entries from 30 countries.
Scripted and researched by Rachel Hillman, deputy Head of Education and Outreach at The National Archives, and Clare Horrie, Education Web Manager, the film won the award in a strong field of nearly 1,200 entries from 30 countries.
The film was produced by web production company Toffee Hammer.
Clare Horrie, Education Web Manager at The National Archives said:
“We’re delighted that this education resource, part of The National Archives programming for Windrush, has been recognised by this award. It was a pleasure to work with our production partners Toffee Hammer, who understand our education audience and share our passion for archives.”