VI International Festival of Animation Arts Multivision took place at 6-7 December 2008

The choice of the Jury is 16 best animations in different nominations. Never before the jury of the festival gave so may awards. This year we got a lot of brilliant animations in the program, and the jury had a very difficult task. So the winners are… read more

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The winners of the competion are:

 Grand Prix
• “Camera Obscura” dir. : Matthieu Buchalski, Jean-Michel Drechsler, Thierry Onillon, France, 7′, 2007
 1 place
• “Lapsus“, dir. Juan Pablo Zaramella, Argentina, 3′, 2007
 2 place
• ” The Things She Can’t Avoid in the City”, dir. Park Ji-Youn, Korea, Indestory Inc., 12’45, 2008
 3 place
• “Berni’s Doll”, dir. Yann Jouette, France, Dummy Productions, 11’18, 2007
 Best direction
• “Pecatum Parvum”, dir. Asya Lukin, UK, Royal College of Art, 10’, 2008
 Best visual imagery
• «The Man and the Woman», dir. Maria Mouat, Russia, Pchela studio, 13′, 2008
 Best story
• “The true story about three pigs”/ dir. Konstantin Bronzit, producers: I.Margolina, А.Boyarsky, Russia, 8’15, 2008
 Best 3D animation
• “Oktapodi”, dir..: Julien Bocabeille, François-Xavier Chanioux, Olivier Delabarre, Thierry Marchand, Quentin Marmier, Emud Mokhberi, France, 2’27, 2007
 Best animation series
• “Kotopolis: a Wonderful gift”/ dir. Dmitriy Vysockiy, Petersburg, Vysockiy&Sikorskiy studio, Russia, 2008
 Best animation for children
• “A Sunny Day”, dir. Gil Alkabetz, Germany, 8’, 2007
 The best experimental animation
•”Procrastination”, dir. Johnny Kelly, Great Britain, 4’15, 2007
 The wittiest animation
• “Our Wonderful Nature“, dir. Tomer Eshed, Germany, HFF Konrad Wolf, 5’10, 2008
 Diploma “2008” – The best movie about the problems of modern society
• “Everybody Lonely Star”, dir. Han Byung-a, Korea, Korean National University of Arts, 10’, 2006
 Diploma “For the large scale”
• “On a scale“/ dir. Marina Moshkova, Russia, 7′, 2007
 Diploma “For the originality”
• “Animation movie” (“Multfilm”)dir. Andrey Bahurin, Russia 3’32, 2007
Diploma “For the courage in art”
Saint-Petersburg children animation studio «Da»

The Festival Jury
Konstantin Biriukov, animation film director
Darina Schmidt, animation film director
Aliona Minina, film director
Sergey Ushan, head of Zero Communication Agency
Dmitriy Generalov, film critic
Anna Gurova, student of Saint-Petersburg State Architecture College (audience representative)

The photo report – one day of the festival.

Many thanks for all authors and studios who sent us their works. We are waiting for your new animations at the next festival!