TERRITORY ON THE MOVE
First Prize ex aequo
WATU WOTE Katja Benrath, Germany & Kenya
A powerful story that reminds us that when evils takes over, the simple humanistic notion of protecting the weak can make a huge difference in the world.
BELLE VILLE Jung Won-hee, France & South Korea
For the authenticity and the maturity to tell a story of deep sensibility. For the essential narration, able to mix in a balanced way form and content.
TOUCH Noel Harris, Canada
A well written story that takes us down a path which we all assumed to predict the ending, then went to surprise us all with a delightful twist.
FANTASIA Teemu Nikki, Finland
A beautiful, sweet and simple story about a young boy who is brave enough to make a little change in his life and in the life of his parents. A small dream that comes true that is very easy for everyone to empathize with.
CATHERINE Britt Raes, Belgium
A colorful coming of age story told in a sensitive way. A girls learns to be brave enough to love despite the possibility of loss.
AND THE MOON STANDS STILL Yulia Ruditskaya, Belarus / Germany / USA
The elegant paper-cut technique serves consistently a powerful fairy tale about the eternal fight between light and dark.
PANICK ATTACK! Eileen O’Meara, USA
A quick, raw and fun journey through all the states of anxiety of an unquiet mind.
BIRDMEN CRITICS' AWARD: TERRITORY ON THE MOVE
BIRDMEN CRITICS' AWARD: ANIMATION