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Liv has been selected to screen in competition as part of the 24th edition of Encounters Festival, the UK’s leading short film festival, showcasing the best in international short film, animation, and virtual reality.
As part of the festival Liv will be eligible for the Encounters Grand Prix Award with a prize of €2,500 and may also be eligible for other awards dependent on genre and geographical location.
Georgian animation festival TOFUZI have nominated Liv in the Best Student Film category.
The festival will take place from the 4-6th of October and the winner films will be announced on October 6th on the Tofuzi 2018 Closing ceremony.
A BA (Hons) Animation Production graduate was commissioned to produce a short film for Channel 4
Last Friday the National RTS Student Television Awards took place at BFI Southbank.
We are super happy to announce that out of the three nominations Liv took home the awards for Best Sound – Max Ellis and Lulu Ladd – and Best Production Design – Sunniva Fluge Hole, Laura Perkins, Lara Frank and Ching Apple Toh.
Following a regional win at the RTS Student Awards in Winchester earlier this year, AUB is delighted to announce BA (Hons) Animation Production graduation film LIV wins in two categories at the National RTS Awards.
‘Team Liv’ took the Undergraduate Production Design award, awarded to graduates’ Sunniva Fluge Hole, Laura Perkins, Lara Frank and Ching Apple Toh, and the Undergraduate Sound award, awarded to graduates’ Max Ellis and Lulu Ladd.
Student animation, The Potion Controversy, has won ‘Best of International Student Animation’ at the 2018 Australian International Animation Festival (AIAF).
Created by third year BA (Hons) Animation Production student, Oscar Stockdale, The Potion Controversy (2017) is a short animation about a dictator who ‘learns the hard way’.
2017 graduate animations Liv and Vida, have been selected for screenings at the 26th International Animation Festival of Brazil, Anima Mundi.
Vida will be screened in the Panorama programme, while Liv will take part in the Animation Course/Student programme. The annual festival takes place in various Brazillian cities across 2018. Firstly, in Rio de Janeiro from 24th to 29th July, and then in São Paulo from 1st to 5th August. In addition, Anima Mundi will also hold a show in Brasilia, where part of the programme presented at Anima Mundi will be shown.
Brazilian animation festival, Anim!Arte has awarded AUB student animation project, The Queens’ Tale third place in the 2017 ‘International Students, Maxi’ competition.
Anim!Arte is a festival dedicated to animated short films, with a maximum film duration of 15 minutes. This exciting international event is for young adults and children who create animations for the same age group.
Wednesday 11th – Sunday 15th April 2018, Bridport Arts Centre
The 11th April welcomes back From Page to Screen for its 10th anniversary edition, as part of Bridport’s Film Festival.
Last week, AUB’s community of staff, students and academics joined together in celebration of the inaugural AUBRIETA Teaching Awards.
RiverRun International Film Festival has selected graduate animations Liv and Odd One Out for screening.
RiverRun celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, it was inspired by the French Broad River near Brevard, North Carolina, where the festival was originally held in 1998.
Last week, the AUB community came together to honour exemplary members of staff at the AUBSU Thank You Awards.
The AUBSU Thank You Awards were presented by Students’ Union President, Beth Rubery, and Vice President, Ezra Evans. These annual awards allow students to recognise the hard work of staff.