At the end of 21st century, mankind was facing global resource depletion. Space Rovers were sent out to find potential inhabitable planets. Planet Unknown was made during 2015- 2016, and it was my first animated short film. I was inspired by various space exploration movies such as Interstellar, Wall-E, documentaries of Mars Rover Curiosity and so many more
Animation – Film of the Year – Winner
Animation – Film of the Year – Runner Up
A fantasy based short featuring the journey of a wolf, who travels with the moon, created by Phoebe Warries. Produced at The University of Hertfordshire,.
United Kingdom, Hatfield | University of Hertfordshire, 2D AnimationView Entry
Film Production – Film of the Year – Winner
A creative short-film displaying an innocent and significantly unachievable childhood romance which leads to a lifetime of burning desire and tiring regret. The short explores the relationship between time, circumstance and the dawning inevitability of reality, posing the question: Is it ever too late for love?
United Kingdom, Bournemouth | Bournemouth University, BA Media ProductionView Entry
Film Production – Film of the Year – Runner Up
Logan is a 16-year-old boy whose mother just passed away and now is left alone with his abusive father, Vince. Afraid that his son is not manly enough or even worst, homosexual, Vince tattoos on Logan’s body words that will force him to remember what kind of man he shouldn’t be; weak, fragile, feminine and worthless.
Canada, Vancouver | Vancouver Film School, Film ProductionView Entry
Visual Effects – Film of the Year – Winner
This atmospheric short will leave you contemplating just what awaits us as we venture beyond our own small world. What strange journeys lie in store, and what piece will humankind add to the grand design?
Czech Republic, Zlin | Thomas Bata University, Animation (MA)View Entry
Visual Effects – Film of the Year – Runner Up
Accidents, Blunders and Calamities
A father possum reads his kids a story that’s an alphabet of the most dangerous animal of all – HUMANS!
Inspired by the Edward Gorey classic, this black-comedy for kids and parents alike is a hilarious and brutal alphabet of death and mayhem exacted upon animals by ignorant humans. 30 CGI animals were meticulously crafted and killed by a team of 44 students at Media Design School.