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"Bunny" is big winner at Imagina

The 18th annual Imagina 1999, Europe's premiere computer graphics festival, wrapped up on January 22. During the show, the 13th edition of the "Prix Pixel-INA" awards were presented. Blue Sky | VIFX's "Bunny" took home three awards including top honors, the Grand Prix Imagina. For more information on the festival, visit www.ina.fr. Here are the winners from this prestigious European awards program honoring the world's best computer graphics:

Grand Prix Imagina: "Bunny" by Chris Wedge of Blue Sky | VIFX (USA).Prix Pixel-INA (Simulation-Visualization): "Chiropteres Virtuels" (excerpt) by Denis Pontonnier of Association Imagénérie (France).Prix Pixel-INA (Advertising): Sony Playstation Vet Moto II - "Old Lady" by Mark Gustafson of Will Vinton Studios (USA).Prix Pixel-INA (Art): "Tightrope" by Daniel Robichaud of Digital Domain (USA).Prix Pixel-INA (Schools and Universities): "Un Temps pour Elle" by Erwin Charrier (France).Prix Pixel-INA (Theme Park): "Magic Carpet Adventure" by Ben Stassen (Belgium).Prix Pixel-INA (Music Video): Jamiroquai "Deeper Underground" by Mike Lipscombe (France).Prix Pixel-INA (Credits - Content Graphics): Coupe du Monde FIFA 98 by Marc Tatou and Antoine Lantieri (France).Prix Pixel-INA (Special Effects): "What Dreams May Come" (excerpt) by Vincent Ward of Digital Domain (USA).Prix Pixel-INA (Games "Intro"): "L'amerzone" (excerpt) by Benoît Sokal (France).Prix Pixel-INA (Fiction): "Bunny" by Chris Wedge of Blue Sky | VIFX (USA). Prix Pixel-INA (3D Animation): "Bunny" by Chris Wedge of Blue Sky | VIFX (USA). SCAM's 3D Prize: "Tribu" by Franck Clarenc, Nicolas Darques, Thomas Lecointre (France).SCAM's 3D Prize - New Talent: "Un Temps pour Elle" by Erwin Charrier (France).Creagina's Prize: "Sandland" by Heiko Lueg (Germany).Prix Media For The Best European Creation: "Chiropteres Virtuels" (excerpt) by Denis Pontonnier of Association Imagénérie (France).CST-SACEM Soundtrack Award: "Tightrope" by Daniel Robichaud of Digital Domain (USA).Prix SACD: "Bingo" by Chris Landreth (USA).Visual Research Prize: "What Dreams May Come" by Vincent Ward (USA).

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