1.Best International Student/Graduate Film
The Fairy Tale Cookery Chronicle
by Kamil Jaworek, PWSFTviT, Lodz.
The Fairy Tale Cookery Chronicle was shortlisted for the 9th Balkanima Animation Film Festival, Serbia, 2012.
2.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 Doodle Animation in London. “Spiders” also won the Digital Exchange’s “Best In Show” competition in 2012.
3.Community Recognition Award
Flee in – Should have got a takeaway
Kilogramme Animation, Manchester, UK.
This film by Kilogramme was departure on last year’s winner that focused on depression. “Flee” won this category as it was a funny film that got the message across about fire safety.
4.Best Under 18s Film
The Pure Project, Wicklow
Thanks to Wicklow County Council for their sponsorship and Eimhin McNamara who gave the course in animation with the Pure Project and to Adam Cantwell-Xenopoulos, Sasha Lorigan, Philippe Lorigan, Sean McInerney, April Mooney, Amber Mooney and Ruby McAlister
5.Best International Short Film
by Il Luster Productions, the Netherlands.
For the second year in a row, this was won by an animator from the Netherlands. Thomas Coltof created the film for il luster – you can view a clip here
6.Best Storytelling for Children
No little Brothers Allowed
Graham Scott, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, (IADT)
Graham is a graduate of IADT and currently working for Geronimo Animation in Dublin. This simple story was a hit with the younger audiences!
7.Best Irish Short Film
Made by Souljacker Productions
This IFTA nominated film was directed by James Stacey, produced by Seán Smith and scripted by Matthew Darragh and James Stacey. The original score was composed by Rónán Ó Snodaigh of Kíla. ‘Origin’ was supported by the Irish Film Board.