Submissions are being accepted, now through November 30, 2019, for the 13th edition of the BAA.
The 13th edition of the British Animation Awards (BAA) has announced categories for its 2020 awards. Since 1996, the BAAs has been sponsoring this event, the only UK ceremony that is exclusively devoted to rewarding animation. The 2020 ceremony will be held at BFI Southbank, London on March 12, 2020.
Entries are now being accepted for animation produced in the UK in 2018 and/or 2019 in the following categories:
- Best Animation in a Commercial,
- Best Design Graphics,
- Best Long Form Animation,
- Best Voice Performance,
- Best Use of Sound,
- Best Children’s Preschool Series,
- Best Children’s Series,
- Best Music Video,
- Best Short Film,
- Best Commissioned Animation,
- Writer’s Award,
- Best Original Short Form Content,
- Best Post-Graduate Student Film,
- Best Under-Graduate Student Film
This year entries are also being accepted in the following new categories:
- Best Original Music
- Social Good
Public Choice Awards in the categories of Favorite Short Film and Favorite Music Video will be determined by audience voting. A special kid’s panel will pick the winner of the Children’s Choice Award.
“Taking over the BAAs from the founding director Jayne Pilling has been a formidable task,” commented newly appointed BAA director, Helen Brunsdon. “I’d like to thank her on behalf of all for her amazing legacy with the BAAs. We are working hard to continue and develop the BAAs which are a firm fixture in the UK animation calendar. We urge animators and producers in every part of the UK to get their submissions in before the deadline at the end of November. I hope the BAAs in 2020 will offer the animation industry a warm glow of respect and support that we all need from time to time.”
The BAAs sheep-themed awards are unique works of art from some of the most respected artists and animators.
The deadline for entries is November 30, 2019.
More information regarding entries is available here.
Additional information is also available on the event website.
Source: British Animation Awards