Nominees for Best Feature include ‘Anomalisa,’ ‘Beasts of No Nation,’ ‘Carol,’ ‘Spotlight’ and ‘Tangerine.’
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‘Guida,’ ‘Edmond,’ ‘Kung Fu Badger’ and ‘Manoman’ scoop awards at the Manchester Animation Festival.
‘Paddington’ fights off stiff competition from ‘Big Hero 6,’ ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie’ to triumph in the feature film category.
Acclaimed writer-producer is honored with the Writers Guild of America, West Animation Writers Caucus’ 2015 Animation Writing Award for lifetime achievement in recognition of his outstanding contributions to animation writing.
Named best short at the 2015 Filem'On-Festival in Brussels, Jacob Frey's diploma project is awarded its 50th distinction on the international festival circuit.
DePaul University student Dawn Adepoju receives $25,000 scholarship in inaugural animation challenge sponsored by Nickelodeon and Get Schooled.
Weta Digital wins Outstanding Visual Effects in a Feature Film for their work on ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ at 10th Anniversary Gala honoring artists and innovators.
‘Sunday Lunch’ by Céline Devaux wins award for Best Animated Short; Konstantin Bronzit’s ‘We Can't Live Without Cosmos’ and ‘The Tie’ by An Vrombaut receive audience awards.
ADR mixer Doc Kane to receive the Cinema Audio Society’s highest accolade at the 52nd CAS Awards on February 20, 2016.
Stop-motion feature from Athena Studios receives Best Animation award at the 2015 Carmel International Film Festival.
New award categories include Architecture & Visualization, Fashion Design, Game Design & Development, Graphic Design, and Illustration & Concept Art.
Acclaimed filmmaker-producer Ridley Scott named recipient of VES Lifetime Achievement Award; master visual futurist and iconic artist Syd Mead to receive VES Visionary Award.
Lisa Olfman and Joy Rosen are named the 2015 Outstanding Achievement in Business Crystal Award recipients by the Women in Film & Television – Toronto.
Fettle Animation's BAFTA-nominated documentary series, ‘Children of the Holocaust,’ is the first-ever winner of the Special Jury Prize at The Japan Prize 2015 in Tokyo.
Second Place 2015 VIEW Award given to ‘Phantom Power’ by Sam Bourner; ‘Däwit,’ ‘The Story of Percival Pilts’ and ‘Olilo’ receive honorable mentions.
Russia’s Konstantin Bronzit wins award for Best Animated Short; Canadian ‘Fears,’ directed by Nata Metlukh of Vancouver Film School, awarded Best Student Film.
Three nominations for ‘Horrible Histories’; ‘Harriet’s Army,’ ‘The Incredible Adventures Of Professor Branestawm,’ ‘Operation Ouch!,’ ‘Peppa Pig’ and ‘Sam & Mark’s Big Friday Wind-Up’ each receive two nominations.
Jury Prize is awarded to South Korea’s ‘Afternoon Class’; award for Best Student Project goes to Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg short ‘Natural Attraction.’
Categories include Best Animation in a Commercial, Best New Director: Commercials, Best Film/TV Graphics, Best Long Form Animation, Best Voice Performance, Best Use of Sound, Best Music Video, Best Short Film, Best Children’s Pre School Series, Best Children’s Series and Best Student Film.
Steve Boot’s ‘Once Upon a Blue Moon’ awarded as best independent film; Anni Oja’s ‘Viikset’ (‘The Moustache’) named best student film.