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Animago Announces 2015 Nominees

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Animago Announces 2015 Nominees

An independent jury of experts have made their final selections for nominees in the 2015 Animago Award competition. A pool of 1,008 international submissions from digital artists in 58 countries have been narrowed down to the five best examples in each of nine award categories. The winners will be announced at a ceremony taking place on the evening of October 15 during the Animago event (Oct. 15-16) in the Metropolis Hall at Filmpark Babelsberg in Potsdam, Germany.

“The talent and creativity of the submitted works never fails to impress us each year,” said jury chairman Gunter Hagedorn. “We are especially proud of the sheer diversity we see in terms of style, genre and visual expression, which is definitely owed to the international nature of the competition and thus also reflects the culture of these globally operating artists.”

Below is a selected list of nominees in major categories; for a complete list, visit the Animago website.

Best Short Film
Knights Quest
Red Star 3D; Great Britain

None of That
Isabela Littger, Anna Hinds Paddock, Kriti Kaur
Ringling College of Art and Design; U.S.

Cecilia Pugliesi, Yijun Liu
NYC School of Visual Arts; U.S.

Bloody Sunday
Studio Produkcyjne ORKA; Poland

Till Nowak

Best Young Production
Maxime Helier, Guilherme Pereira, Sophie Loubiere, Carla Gandolfi, Marion Chopin
RUBIKA; France

Natural Attraction
Marc Zimmermann
Filmakademie Baden-Wurttemberg; Germany

Les Liens de Sang (Blood Ties)
Manon Lazzari, Sophie Kavouridis, Marion Louw, Thomas Ricquier, Simon Pannetrat
Ecole Georges Melies; France

Ivan Joy, Nathaniel Hatton, Tanya Zamon
Ringling College of Art and Design; U.S.

Pierre Plouzeau, Eva Navaux, Burcu Sankur, Vincent Meunier, Lionel Arnold, Dario Sabato
Supinfocom Valenciennes; France

Best Advertising Production
“Find the One”
Stories AG, boutiq AG, Chez Eddy; Switzerland

“TNT – The People Network”
PostPanic; The Netherlands

“Supermoine Holypop”
Supamonks Studio; France

“Lycra Moves You”
Glassworks; Great Britain

‘BMW M3M4: Carbon Fibre”

Dissonance, by Till Nowak

Dissonance, by Till Nowak


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