. Eva Cvijanović / 10:00 / Canada, Croatia
. This film has taken us all back to our childhoods and showed what the true power of classic
. stop-animation is.
. Špela Čadež / 8:50 / Slovenija, Croatia
. This film showed the power of the multiperspective of the great masters. It is a great example
. of the infinite possibilities of the animation medium.
. Elli Vuorinen / 11:32 / Finland
. This film has taken us on a visual journey full of colors and deformations, as well as reminded us
. that each of us sees the world in a different way.
. Božidar Trkulja / 15:53 / Croatia
. We are giving the Special Mention award to this raw, funny, honest, twisted mythological story which
. had our undivided attention for the entire duration of the film.
. Ayce Kartal / 8:00 / France
. We are giving this film the special Special Mention award for its multidimensional portrayal of the
. sensitive issue of child abuse, shown from the victim’s perspective, using subtle animated drawings
. and unexpected narration.
. Minha Kim / 7:00 / United Kingdom
. The jury said it used strong metaphores and techniques to take us on a journey to the unknown and
. sometimes frightening experience of growing up.
. Thomas Hicks / 5:10 / United Kingdom
. A mature visual attraction that manages to transcend time with is slow editing pace.
. Giulia Martinelli, Marta Gennari / 5:40 / Italy
. The jury awarded Special Mention to Giulia Martinelli and Marta Gennari for their film Merlot, which
. reminded the jury that sometimes the best results can be achieved with playfulness and simplicity.
. Remo Scherrer / 11:20 / Switzerland
. The testimony of a shocking story told through an personal and honest narration, with an unintrustive
. minimalistic visual style that provides the viewers the space to contemplate the human sideways.
. Claeys Kim, Rhellam Karim / 11:38 / Belgium
. The Grand Prix goes to the film Three Little Ninjas by Kim Claeys and Karim Rhellam for its interesting
. characters, fast editing and very entertaining and funny story. The kids in the jury also found both the
. male and the female characters amazing!
. Durin Rémi / 13:00 / France, Belgium
. The Special Mention goes to the film Unicorn by Remi Durin, for its gentle animated strokes and clear
. and educational message.
. Quentin Baillieux / 2:54
. The video is an ideal marriage of a music video and animation that was gripping until the very end,
. which is the main reason we felt it deserved the Grand Prix. The animation is very skillful,
. the production values exquisite, the camera attractive and it manages to capture the spirit of. the street and the music.
. Chris Hopewell / 3:59
. The video was so good we felt it needed to get a Special Mention. It merges traditional techniques
. and contemporary music in a brilliant, cinematographic way, reminiscent of classic movies such
. at The Wicker Man.
. Fluorescent Hill / 1:28 / Canada
. The ad has a great sense of humour, good narration and tempo, which is the perfect recipe for using
. the animation medium for commercial purposes. It combines vintage iconography in a way that
. speaks to today’s audiences.
. Hugo Ramirez / 0:30 / France
. The ad demonstrates how to use artistic skills in order to bring forth important issues such as
. education, knowledge, equality, art and music, quashing stereotypes along the way.