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18 November 2008

Cinanima 2008 - The Results

Onde Quer Que Vás, Lá Estarás / Wherever You Go There You Are  - Sara Barbas

I am really happy and honoured to say I was awarded the Young Portuguese Director prize (18 to 30 year olds) at this year's International Animated Film Festival of Espinho - Cinanima with my Short: Onde Quer Que Vás, Lá Estarás / Wherever You Go There You Are. It was a lovely surprise and, for me, a very special edition of the Festival.

A very special Thank You to everyone who helped me with the making of the film!

The other awarded Films were:

Grand Prize Cinanima 2008 - Caixa Geral de Depósitos:
La Maison en Petites Cubes, Kunio Kato, Japan


Best International Short Film:
Berni's Doll, Yann J, France


Special Mention - Medium Length Film:
Cliché de Soirée, Merwan Chabane, France

Best First Film:
A Sheep on The Roof, Rémy Schaepman, France

Special Mention - First Film:
Walking Stones, Michael Socha, Poland

Best Comissioned Films:
Ex-Aequo:
BBC I Player Penguins, Vince Squibb & Darren Walsh, UK


Dance with the Devil, Viola Baier, Germany

Best Series:
Bendito Machine, Jossie Malis, Spain 


José Abel Prize (Best European Animation):
Office Noise, Mads Johanesen, Laerke Enemark, Karsten Madsen, Torben Sottrup, Denmark

Tobis Grand Prize (Best Portuguese Producer in the International Competition):
A Meio da Noite, Fernando José Saraiva, Portugal


Best International Feature Film:
Idiots and Angels, Bill Plympton, USA


RTP 2 / Onda Curta Prize:
Berni's Doll, Yann J, France
La Maison en Petites Cubes, Kunio Kato, Japan
Skhizein, Jérémy Clapin, France
Dance with The Devil, Viola Baier, Germany
La Dernière Feuille, Edward Labrosse, France
A Sheep on The Roof, Rémy Schaepman, France

Best Soundtrack:
Sebastian's Voodoo, Joaquin Baldwin, USA

Alves Costa Prize:
La Maison en Petites Cubes, Kunio Kato, Japan

Young Portuguese Director (Under 18):
Ganância, Cláudio Sá, Portugal


Special Mention - Young Portuguese Director (Under 18):
Carro Preto, Carro Branco, Children's Workshop by Paulo D'Alva, Portugal

António Gaio /FNAC  Prize (Best Portuguese Film in the International Competition):
Januário e a Guerra, André Ruivo, Portugal


Jury's Special Award - City of Espinho Award:
Muto, Blu, Italy

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3 Comments:

At November 22, 2008 at 7:01 PM , Blogger Tanya said...

Muitos, muitos Parabéns!
xxx
Tanya

 
At December 22, 2008 at 1:28 PM , Blogger RitaMendes said...

Olá Sara, conheço o seu trabalho há relativamente pouco tempo mas já fui cativada pela originalidade e qualidade.
Continuação de um bom trabalho!

 
At January 13, 2009 at 11:53 AM , Blogger Sara said...

Muitíssimo obrigado :-)

 

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