MEILLEUR FILM : Sleepworking de Gavin Williams
2013 – ROYAUME-UNIS – 15′ 54 – Hook picture
In the near future a young woman becomes a sleepworker : her body is programmed to do menial labour while she is asleep. However, she starts to suffer disturbing side effects and embarks upon a dangerous journey to uncover what sleepworkers are really being made to do while unconscious.
PRIX SPECIAL : Mort d’une ombre de Tom Van Avermaet
2012 – BELGIQUE / FRANCE – 20″ – Serendipity Films
Stuck in a limbo between life and death, Nathan Rijckx, a deceased World War 1 soldier, has to collect shadows to regain a second chance at life and love. With two shadows left to collect, he discovers something that shakes his world completely.
MEILLEUR FILM D’ANIMATION Luminaris de Juan Pablo Zaramella
2011 -ARGENTINE – 6′ – JPZ studio
A man works in a factory chain and manufactures light bulbs.
MEILLEUR FILM D’ANIMATION Mille pattes et crapaud de Anna Kmelevskaya
2013 – FRANCE – 10″ – Fargo
In a faraway forest, the gracious lissome Centipede is admired by all the other creatures but one—an old Toad, haughty and jealous, who hates him. One day, the Toad decides to get rid of the Centipede…
COUP DE COEUR MUSICAL : Luminaris de Juan Pablo Zaramella
2011 – ARGENTINE – 6′ – JPZ studio
A man works in a factory chain and manufactures light bulbs
MEILLEUR SCENARIO Sunset Day de AJ Duran
2012 -ESPAGNE -15′ – Produccions Audiovisuals Antartida
The 40s. A boy with special abilities is kidnapped by a mysterious organization named The Corp. After years of training, this boy, now a full member of The Corp, will be forced to make a decision. How far will he go to retrieve his past?