The winners and runners up for the Animex Student Animation Awards were announced at Animex Talk! on Friday 10 February 2006 by Shelley Page, European Representative for Feature Animation DreamWorks, David Sproxton and Philip Hunt.
Congratulations to :
Clik Clak by Supinfocom Arles students Aurélie Fréchinos, Victor-Emmanuel Moulin, Thomas Wagner – Winner in the 3D Computer Animation Category
Kamiya’s Correspondence by Royal College of Art student Sumito Sakakibara – Winner in the 2D Computer Animation Category
90 Degrees by Supinfocom Valenciennes students Jules Janaud, Raphael Martinez-Bachel, Francois Roisin – Winner in the Experimental Animation Category
Fabel by Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg student Max Stolzenberg, Anja Perl – Winner in the Visual Effects Category
Beetleball by Supinfocom Valenciennes student Lionel Cregut, Lise Vautrin, Edouard Cellura – Winner in the Games Design and Animation Category
The Barometz by Vancouver Film School student Chung-Hao (Samuel) Tung – Winner in the Visualisation category
All Star Vitamins by Staffordshire University student Tom Elgin – Winner in the Motion Graphics category
For a full listing of all the prize winners and runners up please visit: http://www.animex.net/awards
Don’t forget to take part in the AUDIENCE AWARD which is determined through audience participation. Material eligible for this award can viewed at http://www.animex.net/audience. The closing date for your votes is 1 July 2006. The winner in this award will be announced shortly after this date.
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A list of winners and runners up can be found at: http://www.animex.net/awards