• Cold Coffee wins Best Short Film

    Cold Coffee wins Best Short Film

    The award for Short film went to Cold Coffee by Stephanie Lansaque and Francois Leroy which the jury called “A beautiful nightmare vision of grief and psychosis. And coffee.”

  • The Inverted Peak receives an Honourable Mention

    The Inverted Peak receives an Honourable Mention

    The jury gave an honorable mention to The Brothers McLeod and Tom Angell for The Inverted Peak describing it as “A dystopian visual mantra driven by an inventive, anarchic soundtrack. A disturbing and challenging work.”

  • Stems wins Best Short Short

    Stems wins Best Short Short

    Stems by Ainslie Henderson scooped the Short Shorts category for films under three minutes long. The film was picked by the jury for its “Poignant deconstruction of the puppet making process, sensitive and unpretentious animation - a beautiful and moving piece.”

  • Mr Madila picks up the Audience Award

    Mr Madila picks up the Audience Award

    An award was also selected by the audience who picked Rory Waudby-Tolley’s mesmerising Mr Madila to win the Audience Award Prize.

  • Best Commissioned Film goes to Vitamin X: About to Crack

    Best Commissioned Film goes to Vitamin X: About to Crack

    IMOV Studios won for their energetic music video for Vitamin X: About to Crack described by the jury as “A punk rock explosion - delivers riotous visuals that match the attack of the soundtrack.”

  • Cowboyland gets the Best Student Film Award

    Cowboyland gets the Best Student Film Award

    In the Student Award category Cowboyland by David Stumft won for it’s “Confident, accomplished romp through the tropes of classic Westerns film-making.” White Silence gained an honourable mention for a “Visually assured, a measured and mature exploration of childhood jealousies and insecurities.”

  • Industry Excellence Award Winners

    Industry Excellence Award Winners

    Mark Oswin and James Griffiths won for their writing on "Danger Mouse: Greenfinger". For storyboarding Mireia Serra Puig won for her work on "Puffin Rock: The First Snow" and for Character Animation, Will Eades won for "SMITE: To Hell & Back".