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I Castelli Awards Grand Prize To Flux

Some festival favorites took home awards at this year's I Castelli Animati Festival, in Genzano di Roma, Italy. Concluding on October 27, 2002, the festival honored Christopher Hinton's FLUX with the International Grand Prize, while Robert Bradbrook's HOME ROAD MOVIES picked up the award for Best European Film. Special Jury Prizes were awarded to STROJENIE INSTRUMENTOW (TUNING INSTRUMENTS) by Jerzy Kucia and THE INVASION by Phil Mulloy. In the Italian Competition the Grand Prize went to Liana Dognini's BYE BYE with a Special Jury Prize to CHI SI FA LASPETTI by the students of The Istituto Europeo Di Design. The full list of winners is below, congratulations to all!

International Competition

Grand Prize FLUX by Chris Hinton (Canada)

Special Jury Prizes


THE INVASION by Phil Mulloy (UK)

Best First Film

BIOTOPE by Merwan Chabane (France)

Best European Film

HOME ROAD MOVIES by Robert Bradbrook (UK)

Best Non Narrative Film

ANGELAS ASHES: TYPOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE by Damien Borowik, Sung Hoon Kang, Alexander Kokhwee Ng (UK)

Audience Prize

CAUSES by Joe Brumm (UK)

"Fabrizio Bellocchio" Prize For Social Content

HIDDEN by David Aronowitsch, Hanna Heilborn, Mats Johansson (Sweden)

Special Mentions

GERANIUM PEACE by Marcel Hobi (Switzerland)

CAUSES by Joe Brumm (UK)

LA FUNAMBOLA by Roberto Catani (Italy)

1300 CC by Eoin Clarke (UK)

LE TROP PETIT PRINCE by Zoia Trofimova (France)

Italian Competition

Grand Prize

BYE BYE by Liana Dognini

Special Jury Prize

CHI SI FA LASPETTI by Students Of The Istituto Europeo Di Design

Menzione Speciale

PORTALI by Marco Lucente

Web Competition

Audience Prize

PIZZY & LUCY by Francesco Zecchinelli And Giovanni Maietta (Italy)

Best Series

BANJA by Team Chm An (France)

Best Short TESTIMONY: A STORY MACHINE by Simon Norton (Australia)

Special Mention

PLOK by David Berlioz (France)