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Ringling Short, ‘None of That,’ Tops 2015 animago AWARD Winners

Dutch studio PostPanic wins visual effects prize for ‘Sundays.’

'None of That' by Isabela Littger, Anna Hinds Paddock and Kriti Kaur.

MUNICH/POTSDAM -- The winners of the animago AWARD 2015 have been announced. The prominent international awards for 3D animation, visual effects and visualization were presented on Thursday evening at a festive event in the Metropolis Hall at Filmpark Potsdam-Babelsberg, Germany.

Ringling short None of That, by Isabela Littger, Anna Hinds Paddock and Kriti Kaur, took home the prize for Best Short Film.

The full list of winners at animago AWARD 2015 is shown below:

Best Postproduction:
“Sundays” -- Visual Effects
PostPanic, The Netherlands

Best Short Film:
None of That
Isabela Littger, Anna Hinds Paddock, Kriti Kaur
Ringling College of Art and Design, U.S.

Best Character:
“Escargore”
Oliver Hilbert
Media Design School, New Zealand

Best Visualization:
"Ambition"
Platige Image, National Space Agency, Poland

Best Advertising Production:
"Lycra Moves You"
Glassworks, Great Britain

Best Trailer/Opener:
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Launch Cinematic
Digic Pictures, CD Projekt RED, Hungary

Best Young Production (€ 3,000 prize):
Les Liens de Sang (Blood Ties)
Manon Lazzari, Sophie Kavouridis, Marion Louw, Thomas Ricquier & Simon Pannetrat
Ecole Georges Meliès, France

Best Still - DIGITAL PRODUCTION Readers Prize:
On the Tramp
Manuel Peter, Germany

Jury´s Prize:
Cosmos Laundromat
Mathieu Auvray, Blender Institute, The Netherlands

A total of 1,008 projects from 58 different nations were submitted for consideration as part of the 2015 animago competition. An independent jury comprising experts drawn from the areas of film, postproduction, industry visualization, science & education initially nominated 45 projects in ten categories (five in each category) and chose the final award-winning productions from among these nominees.

Source: animago AWARD & CONFERENCE

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.

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