The Brussels Cartoon and Animated Film Festival has announced their winners. Each year the festival programs the "crème de la crème" in international animation and serves as one of the top festivals on the international cartoon and computer generated images circuit. This year's jury consisted of Canal +'s Servane Calmant, director Catherine Montondo, "RTBF" journalist Hugues Dayez, "Plateau" journalist Luc Joris and producer Steve Walsh. Brussels nominates four films for the prestigious Cartoon d'Or, the winner of which will be announced in September. Brussels' selections this year are: Siri Melchoir's PASSPORT, Stèphane Blanquet and Stèphanie Michel's MON PLACARD, Benoît Fèroumont's BZZ and Stefan Vermeulen's SUBURBANITES. The prize winners at this year's festival are:
French Community Grand Prize BZZ by Benoît Fèroumont.
Flemish Community Grand Prize SUBURBANITES by Stefan Vermeulen.
Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques (SACD) Prize PIC PIC ANDRÉ SHOOW QUARTE MOINS UN by Stèphane Aubier and Vincent Patar.
Canal + Prize BZZ by Benoît Fèroumont.
SABAM Prize SPLITTING CASANOVA by Judith Vanderlinden.
Vlaams Radio Televisie (VRT) Prize SUBURBANITES by Stefan Vermeulen.
"Freeze Frame Animation" Prize BZZ by Benoît Fèroumont.
Cinergie Prize from the Press Jury PIC PIC ANDRÉ SHOOW QUARTE MOINS UN by Stèphane Aubier and Vincent Patar.