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Ultraman
By John Walsh, IADTRead More
Best Irish Short in 2012 2

Posted On July 15, 2014By adminIn 2012

Origin – Best Irish Short in 2012

Souljacker ProductionsRead More
Macropolis-home_main

Posted On July 14, 2014By adminIn 2013

Macropolis

FLEE_2012 Community Recognition Winner
by Kilogramme Animation, ManchesterRead More
Spiders01

Posted On July 14, 2014By adminIn 2012

Spiders

Best Irish Student/Graduate Film by Graham Tormey and Fiona Healy, BCFE. Graham is currently working with Geronimo Animation in Dublin and Fiona is working with Treehouse Republic Animation in Dublin. “Spiders” also won the Digital Exchange’s “Best In Show” competition.  Read More
Trophies created by Mateusz Wojtas

Posted On July 9, 2014By adminIn home top right

Trophies

Since 2012, undergraduate students from the B.A. in Modelmaking, Design and Digital Effects at IADT have been given the opportunity to ‘pitch’ for the task of designing and creating the trophies that are presented to the winners. In 2012, David Lynham created a replica of the Victorian bandstand located in Blackrock Park. In 2013, Elin Adler’s design was inspired by a stone cross that can be found on the Main Street in Blackrock.  This year, Michael Flynn, a 3rd year student from the BA in Modelmaking, Design and Digital Effects course createdRead More
Paperman Still 09

Posted On July 9, 2014By adminIn 2011

The Paperman – Best Irish Short 2011

Lighthouse-search

Posted On July 8, 2014By adminIn Cat 1

deadline 28 July 2014

The Dublin Animation Film Festival is now calling for entries – the deadline is 5pm on Monday, 28th July at 5pm – download the entry form  here.Read More
DAFF-Brand

Posted On July 8, 2014By adminIn 2014

to Dublin Animation Film Festival

Dublin Animation Film Festival is dedicated to showcasing short animated films by Irish and international animators, holding industry related events and introducing the joy of animation and creativity to children and ‘beginners’. The festival can be traced to a small event in Blackrock, County Dublin in August 2011 which was supported by Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. Since 2011, the Festival has evolved from the screening of 45 films in an afternoon at a former church to a two-day annual event in October. We are celebrating the Dublin Animation Film Festival,Read More
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The winner of the best International Student Category in 2013, Kristina Yee with the short film ‘Miss Todd’ went onto win a Student Academy Award (Student Oscar) that year too. More about Miss Todd here  Read More