Soho Shorts 2004 winners

The Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival seemed a more subdued affair this year, it had a more slick industry feel, but London’s Soho was still enlivened by a diverse range of stand-out work showcased by the event. Last week’s award ceremony saw a now familiar gong going to Dougal Wilson in the music video category while heavyweight Fredrik Bond got a nod for best short this year. Full winners below:

  • The Ascent Media Short Film award
    Winner: The Mood – Director – Fredrik Bond @ Coded Pictures, MJZ & Frenster Films
    Runners up: The End of The Line – Director – Max Pugh @ Tilt Films
    & We Have Decided Not To Die – Director – Daniel Askill @ Collider

  • The Discreet Animation award
    Winner – Creature Comforts Cats & Dogs – Richard Goleszowski @ Aardman Animations
    Runners up: Killing Time At Home – Director – Neil Coslett @ Blackwatch Productions
    & Out of Joint – Director – Peter Peake @ South West Screen

  • The Polaroid Newcomer award
    Winner: Nits – Director – Harry Wootliff @ White Leaf Films
    Runners up: Dentally Disturbed – Director – Cameron Mitchell @ Academy
    & Old Tricks – Christopher Glass @ Ape Like Films

  • The Sound Music Video award
    Winner – The Streets Fit But You Know It – Dougal Wilson @ Colonel Blimp
    Runners up: Goldfrapp Twist – Director – H5 @ Black Dog Films
    & Steriogram Walkie Talkie Man – Michel Gondry @ Partizan

  • The Quantel Title Sequences & Idents award
    Winner – BBC3 The Blobs – Director – Stefan Marjoram @ Aardman Animations
    Runners up: Science On Five – Director – Sean de Sparengo @ Devilfish
    & The Life & Death of Peter Sellers – Director – David Z Obadiah @ Voodoodog

The Streets Fit But You Know It – Dougal Wilson

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