Category: Announcements

March 19 saw the awards highlight an eclectic range of work and some notable new UK directing talent emerging in the last few months. Particularly impressive was Dad’s Dead by Chris Shepherd.

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Much delayed [entry lost in Ecto] here’s the full information:

Selected winners:

Best Film at the Cutting Edge – Sponsored by UK Film Council New Cinema Fund
Dad’s Dead
Director: Chris Shepherd
Slinky Pictures Ltd for Channel4, Arts Council England & Animate!

Best Comedy – Sponsored by Tell-Tale Productions Ltd.
Monkey Dust
Creators: Harry Thompson & Shaun Pye
Produced by Talkback Thames for BBC3

Best Short Film – Sponsored by the Charactershop
Dad’s Dead
Director: Chris Shepherd
Produced by Slinky Pictures Ltd for Channel4, Arts Council of Great Britain & Animate!

Best Film/TV Graphics
Catch Me if You Can: Main Title
Director’s: Kuntzel & Deygas
Produced by Nexus Productions

Best Music Video – Sponsored by Passion Pictures
Blur: Good Song
Director’s: David Shrigley & Shynola
Produced by Oil Factory Films

Best Music Award – Sponsored by British Academy of Composers & Songwriters
Extn. 21
Composer: Johannes Konecny
Director: Lizzie Oxby
A Finetake Production for Channel4

Public Choice voted by audiences across the UK

Favourite Music Video
Four Tet: My Angel Rocks Back & Forth
Director: Woof Wan Bau
Produced by Nexus
Read the Post Winners of British Animation Awards 2004

The BAFTA interactive festival came to an end last night with their Computer Game awards. No surprises, the big winner of the night (and a victory for open-ended sandbox gaming) was Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, although it was pipped to Best Game of the Year by Call of Duty.

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Read full entry for complete winners list.


Read the Post BAFTA Computer Game Award results

Eternal Gaze explores moving image beyond the borders of conventional film: New forms and styles…

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