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Red Stick Festival Announces 2010 Best of the Fest Winners

The Red Stick International Animation Festival has selected the finalists for its seven Best of the Fest film competition categories from among the record 437 films submitted this year.

Press Release from Red Stick Festival

The Red Stick International Animation Festival has selected the finalists for its seven Best of the Fest film competition categories from among the record 437 films submitted this year.

The festival accepted entries through Aug. 6, and first opened screenings through its public film jury Aug. 15-Sept. 15, which gave people an opportunity to view and rate entries, serving as the festival’s first-round judges. Red Stick is the only film festival that offers the public this opportunity. During the public film jury, more than 100 judges viewed films and recommended more than five hours of top-rated material.

The films that received the highest scores from the first-round jury underwent further review from the festival staff and a panel of animation professionals to determine the Winners.

The Red Stick International Animation Festival “Best of the Fest” 2010 WINNERS are:

Animated Short Film - Student* Black Face the Sacred Legend  - Bertand CARRIERE, Mohamed FAQIR, Nicolas SALSEDO, Clement VITROLY

Animated Short Film - Professional* Pigeon Impossible - Lucas MARTELL

Science Visualization* Ancient Seas - Jilli ROSE, Lars FIELDS

Commercials* Morningstar Farm 'Artisst' - Todd HEMKER

Animation for Games* The Legend - Allen LIN

Animation for Young Audiences* Abby's Flying Fairy School - Jan CARLEE

Experimental Animation/ Visual Music - Student* Odd Jobs - David CLARK

Experimental Animation/ Visual Music - Professiona* Awaken Your Senses - Gregory DE MARIA & Gene NAZAROV

MUSIC VIDEO* Lilac Wine - Vanessa MARZOLI & Chris O'NEILL

BATON D'OR - Best Film of the Festival* Lilac Wine - Vanessa MARZOLI & Chris O'NEILL

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