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Young PK Keith of Valley Village, California, who was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at age two, and whose budding interest in animation and film was evident at an early age, received a Best Elementary School Animation award Sunday from International Student Film Festival Hollywood in recognition of his animated short Animal Birthday Party.
Directed by Shu-Hsuan Lin of Taiwan, “Live Outside the Box” was named the Grand Winner for Best Animation on Wednesday at the Oregon Film Awards.
“It’s Such a Beautiful Day,” directed by Don Herzfeldt, was named Best Animation at the fourth international Yosemite International Film Festival, held in California.
It’s Such a Beautiful Day had won the First Prize Golden Zagreb Award at this year’s Zagreb World Festival of Animated Films. It also was named Best Animation Film (Animated Short Film) a the Fant-Asia Film Festival and received the Best Animation Yoram Gross Award at the Flickerfest International Short Film Festival.
Mamoru Hosoda’s Ôkami Kodomo No Ame to Yuki (Wolf Children) was named best animated feature film at the 45th Sitges — International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, while Fuga, by Juan Antonio Espigares of Spain, was honored as best animated short.
South Korean director Kim Jin-man’s “Noodle Fish” was named Best Animated Short in the Short Films Competition program at the 29th Warsaw Film Festival.
Amanda Tasse’s “The Reality Clock,” in which a watchmaker searching for his lost clock loses himself in memory, was named Best Animated Short at this year’s San Pedro International Film Festival (SPIFFest).
The Rome Film Festival (Festival Internazionale del Film di Roma, November 9 to 17, Auditorium Parco della Musica) and Vanity Fair will award the new Vanity Fair International Award for Cinematic Excellence this year to Rise of the Guardians, the latest 3D film by DreamWorks Animation SKG.
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The documentary follows the 30-year quest of animator Richard Williams to make his masterpiece, The Thief and the Cobbler — perhaps the greatest animated film never made.
“MacPherson,” an animated tale of friendship between a white man and a black man in Quebec, was named both the best short film and best Canadian short at the Montreal World Film Festival.
The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) came to a close late last night, with closing ceremonies held at the National Arts Centre. This years festival, which ran September 19th-23rd, featured a special jury of children who voted on-appropriately– Best Short Animation Made for Children and the Best Television Animation Made for Children.
“The Return of the Revenge of Dr. Blowhole,” an episode of the Nickelodeon series The Penguins of Madagascar, was named Outstanding Animated Program on Saturday afternoon at the 2012 Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
The winner of this year’s Cartoon d’Or for best European animation short film is Oh Willy…, by Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels.
Japanese director Toshiko Hata’s animation “Rootless Heart” was named the Jury’s Choice for Short Film at the 11-day Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, held in South Korea.
The Oscar-nominated “Wild Life,” a 13 and a half-minute film directed by Western Canadian animation duo Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis, won three honors Saturday at the 38th Annual Alberta Film and Television Awards in Calgary, including the Rosie for Best Short.
Three films have been selected as winners in the Animation category of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 39th Annual Student Academy Awards competition, the Academy announced Tuesday morning.
The winners are Eyrie, by David Wolter of the California Institute of the Arts; The Jockstrap Raiders, by Mark Nelson of the University of California, Los Angeles; and My Little Friend, by Eric Prah of Ringling College of Art and Design.