The 2001 Harvey Awards were presented April 27, 2001 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Named for the late comic genius Harvey Kurtzman, the Harveys are one of the comics industry's oldest and most prestigious awards. They are the only awards in comics both nominated and selected by the vote of the full body of creative comics professionals. Three Harvey Awards were bestowed upon Chris Ware, including Best Series and Best Graphic Album of Previously Published Work for ACME NOVELTY LIBRARY, and the Special Award for Excellence in Presentation for Pantheon's Acme collection, JIMMY CORRIGAN.
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May 17 19, 2001. Bochum, Germany
The Internationales Bochumer Videofestival will present a selection of fiction, documentary and experimental videos. Awards include three Jury Awards, an Audience Award and Special Prizes. Other features include workshops, interactive CD-ROM art, video installations and conferences. For more information contact AStA-Videofestival, Universitätsstraße 150, D-44780 Bochum, Germany; Tel.: ++ 49 234 3226902; Fax: ++ 49 234 701623; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; or Web: www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/videofestival
Named after the late comics genius Harvey Kurtzman, the Harvey Awards honor outstanding work in comics and sequential art. Harvey Kurtzman (1924-1993) was a cartoonist, writer, editor and the founder of MAD Magazine. Nominations for the Harvey Awards are selected exclusively by comics creators -- those who write, draw, ink, letter, color, design, edit or are otherwise involved in a creative process. The awards have 20 categories, ranging from Best New Talent to Best Cartoonist.
Back by popular demand! It's the ASIFA-East Animation Awards, a two-hour reel of the best independent shorts and commercials from the East Coast! The screening starts at 7:30 pm. The entry fee will be US$2 for members and $5 for non-members. Seating is limited.
* Friday, April 20, 2001. Burbank, California, U.S.A.
Back by popular demand! It's the ASIFA-East Animation Awards, a two-hour reel of the best independent shorts and commercials from the East Coast! The screening starts at 7:30 pm. The entry fee will be US$2 for members and $5 for non-members. Seating is limited. For more information contact ASIFA-Hollywood at: 721 S. Victory Blvd., Burbank, CA 91502; Tel.: (818) 842-8330; or Web: www.asifa-hollywood.org.
* Thursday, July 12 Sunday, July 22, 2001. Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
Earlybird Entry Deadline: April 13, 2001
Final Entry Deadline: May 11, 2001
In its first pre-Oscar ceremony, the Orange British Film Academy Awards were handed out on Sunday, February 25, 2001. Michael Dudok de Wit's lyrical ode to a girl's love for her father over the passing of time, FATHER & DAUGHTER, took home the prize for best animated short. For best British film, Aardman Animations/DreamWorks' CHICKEN RUN was defeated by the live-action ballet picture, BILLY ELLIOT. Visual flare was a big winner in the U.K.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has moved their awards to before the American Academy's Oscar ceremony. The British Academy offers a short animated film award. To be eligible the films must be completed between January 1, 2000 and December 31, 2000. Films to be completed after the October 31 deadline must contact Katie Hart at the Academy to set up a submission date.
The U.S. Recording Academy handed out its Grammy awards, giving two statuettes to TOY STORY II. The first went to "Woody's Roundup Featuring The Riders In The Sky" for outstanding musical album for children. The second went to Randy Newman's tune "When She Loved Me" for outstanding song written for a motion picture, television or other visual media.
* Wednesday, March 7, 2001. Brentwood, California, U.S.A.
TEAM X Awards highlight public service announcements on tobacco awareness created by students. The event is organized by the Los Angeles Unified School District and AnimAction, Inc. Thirty-three awards will be presented to middle school students. Sponsors include Kids WB!, Fox Kids, Cartoon Network, Disney and Toon Disney. For more information contact AnimAction at: Tel.: (323) 464-1181; Fax: (323) 464-1191; E-mail: email@example.com; or Web: www.animaction.com.
In its 30th year, the Mobius Advertising Awards are one of the world's top awards for television, radio, print and package design advertising. Films produced, aired or re-introduced in the last twelve months are eligible. Last year's competition saw over 5,000 entries from 36 countries. Entries are voted on by panels in various committees around the U.S. to insure fairness.
The 5th edition of Cartoons On The Bay, International Festival of Television Animation, will be held in Positano (Amalfi Coast), Italy, April 5-9, 2001. Cartoons on the Bay is the only festival in the world solely dedicated to television animation. Promoted by Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana and conceived and organized by Rai Trade, the festival is an international event with awards, workshops, lectures and events centering on the ever-changing world of television animation.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced the recipients of awards for scientific and technical achievement for the year 2000. The Scientific and Technical Academy Awards will be presented on Saturday evening, March 3, at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel. An Oscar statuette will be among 17 Academy Awards for scientific and technical achievement to be presented during the ceremony.
The London Effects and Animation Festival handed out its awards at a ceremony on November 14, 2000...
Organized by the International Council of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the International Emmy Awards acknowledge the special skills of the men and women who create and produce television programs outside of the United States. Awards are presented in seven categories of programming: Drama, Documentary, Arts Documentary, Performing Arts, Popular Arts, Children and Young People, and News Coverage.
The 15th Annual London International Advertising Awards will showcase the best in the world of advertising. The competition takes entries from interactive media, package design, radio, print and television/cinema. This year's jury chairman for the print, radio and television/cinema division will be commercial director Trevor Beattie. The chairman for the interactive jury will be David Streek of Deepend Design. Last year the awards had 17,226 entries from 84 countries.
For more information contact: in New York
* Thursday, April 5 Monday, April 9, 2001. Positano (Amalfi Coast), Italy.
Entry Deadline: January 21, 2001
The International EMMA Awards recognizes excellence in digital media content creation.