‘Guts’ by Nagisa Kinoshita was selected for the Student competition at the 15th Internationales Trickfilm-Festival Stuttgart.
‘Death by Scrabble’ the Graduation film by Katie Steed (2007) was also selected for the student competition at the 15th internationals Trickfilm-Festival Stuttgart – Festival of Animated Film, Germany
1999 UCA Graduate, Suzie Templeton, won the Oscar with her film ‘Peter and the Wolf’
‘Overshadowed’ by Craig Wilson has been selected for the ‘Best of the Fest 2007’ DVD by Exposures UK student Film Festival.
‘Black grapes of the chest’ by second year Yui Hamagashira has been selected for the graduation film competition at Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2008
‘Death by Scrabble’ the Graduation film by Katie Steed has also been selected for the graduation film competition at Annecy International Animated Film festival 2008.
The films make up two of only eleven UK entries from a global application of 456 Graduation films.
‘Black grapes of the chest’ by Yui Hamagashira (2008) has also been selected for the graduation film competition at Melbourne International Animation festival June 2008.
‘Environmental’ by Craig Wilson has been accepted into the Anifest Festival, student category 2008 in the Czech Republic.
Final year students, Daniel Chester and Nagisa Kinoshita, have also been offered a place on the prestigious MA in Animation at the Royal College of Art in London.
Tutor Andy Joule wins a ‘Yellow Pencil’ at the prestigious D&AD awards.
The D&AD awards were held at the Royal Festival Hall on May 15th. ‘Meat’ (the trailer for the programme ‘Kill It. Cook It. Eat It.’) produced by Red Bee Media and the agency Fallon. It was shot over three days in West London, using a mixture of stop frame animation and live action. The cast included several dead chickens, a few living ones, a pig, a sheep and a cow!
The director of the film was Daniel Levy, and Andy Joule was both the Animation director and animator.
Tutor Andy Joule once again paired with the directors Karni and Saul to produce four new stings for the Autumn season of ‘Casualty’. The films were shot on set in Bristol with the actors Michael French, Tristan Gemill, Georgia Taylor and Sunetra Sarker. Shot over two days, using a medium format digital still camera, Andy was the animation director and animator, pixillating the actors.
Graduate Francesca Adams and Jack Tilley have been offered a place on the Animation Direction course at the National Film and Television school.
‘Release’ by Kimberley Ng was screened at the Portobello Film festival 2008.
Third year student, Yui Hamagashira has collaborated with a graduate from the DFSA course at the UCA for the Collision Festival 2008 in London.
Yui’s second year film ‘Black grapes of the chest’ has also been screened in competition at;
The London international Animation festival (LIAF) 2008
The Melbourne International Animation festival 2008
Australian International Animation festival 2008
The Portable film festival in Melbourne 2008
Laputa Animation Festival in Japan 2008- Panorama programme
The KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival- Panorama programme
As well as at Annecy International Animation Festival, France.
‘Cheese’ the Graduation film by Adam Bailey (2007) has been selected for competition at FIKE 2008, Evora International Short Film Festival in Portugal.
‘Human Nature’ by Craig Wilson (Graduation film 2008) won the Festival Grand Prize and a cheque for £1000 at Canterbury Anifest.
‘Draw’ by Peter J Laugesen was runner up in the Festival Grand Prize.
‘One Nice Family Photo’ by Tom Senior (Graduation film 2008) won the Technical Achievement Award and the Audience choice award.
Four out of the seven finalists for the Festival Grand prize of £1000 at Canterbury Anifest 2008 came from the Animation course at Farnham and also included recent Graduates Aaron Wood and Katie Steed with their film ‘Best day we ever had’.
Well done to all!