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Dudok De Wit Takes Home Hiroshima Grand Prize

Michael Dudok De Wit's short film FATHER AND DAUGHTER continued its winning streak at the 2002 edition of the Hiroshima Animation Festival. Winning both the Grand Prize and the Audience Prize, Dudok De Wit can now add Hiroshima to the slew of honors he has received for his film, including the 2001 Annecy Grand Prix, the 2000 Academy Award for Best Animated Short, Grand Prize at Zagreb 2002, the 2001 Cartoon D'or and many others. Below you will find a full list of winners:

Grand Prix

FATHER AND DAUGHTER by Michael Dudok De Wit (The Netherlands)

Hiroshima Prize

DOG by Suzie Templeton (U.K.)

Debut Prize

THE NEIGHBOURS by Stepan Biryukov (Russia)

Renzo Kinoshita Prize

THE FISH HUNTERS by Rosana Liera (France)

Audience Prize

FATHER AND DAUGHTER by Michael Dudok De Wit (The Netherlands)

Special International Jury Prize

FRANCOIS LE VAILLANT by Carles Porta (France)

PREMAMMALS by Michal Zabka (Czecg Rep.)

THE BOY WHO SAW THE ICEBERG by Paul Driessen (Canada)

LA PIROUETTE by Tali (Canada)

BOOKASHKIS by Mikhail Aldashin (Russia)

FLUX by Chris Hinton (Canada)

Special Prize

THE YOUNG GIRL AND THE CLOUDS by Georges Schwizgebel (Switzerland)

BALLOONS NEVER COME BACK by Cecilia Marreiros Marum (Belgium)

COPY SHOP by Virgil Widrich (Austria)

BIOTOPE by Merwan Chabane (France)

STRANGE INVADERS by Cordell Barker (Canada)

SCARLET ROAD by Tomoyasu Murata (Japan)

ANGEl by Aaron Lim (Rep. of Korea)

THE GLOVE by Juan Pablo Zaramella (Argentina)

THE TIGHT-ROPE WALKER by Roberto Catani (Italy)

NO MORE RED PENCILS by Arber Pajarada and Valdet Pajarada (U.K.)