Out of more than 300 submissions, Congo, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, won gold at the International Deauville Green Awards, held June 9-11 in Deauville, France.
Bazillion Pictures won a Gold National ADDY at the American Advertising Federation 2015 Award Show for The Monument Comes Alive, a 3D animated projection mapping of Union Station in Kansas City.
The Ringling College of Art and Design student senior thesis film Jinxy Jenkins and Lucky Lou has won the Best Computer Animated Short Award in the SIGGRAPH 2015 42nd Annual Computer Animation Festival.
Digital Domain was honored at the 2015 AICP Awards for Best Visual Effects for the commercial, Destiny Become Legend. Directed by acclaimed feature filmmaker Joseph Kosinski, Digital Domain collaborated with agency 72andSunny and live action production company Reset, to create this breathtaking piece for one of the year’s best selling games. The piece for the first person shooter features a stunning blend of cinematic live action and visual effects.
Arri will be honored for its role in advancing the art and craft of filmmaking with the Cine Gear Expo 2015 Lifetime Technical Achievement Award on June 5 in a ceremony at Paramount Studios Hollywood. The distinction recognizes Arri’s dedication to advancing motion picture technology over its 98-year history. Arri president and CEO Glenn Kennel will accept the award.
Shotgun Software is calling for entries for the second annual Pipeline Awards to recognize excellence in pipeline tool development, integration, engineering and usage. Members of the global Shotgun community are encouraged to submit inventive tools and individuals for consideration and an opportunity to be recognized with a distinguished Pipeline Award.
The Hollywood Professional Alliance has announced its call for entries is now open for the 2015 HPA Awards Creative Categories. The HPA Awards will take place on the evening of November 12 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California.
Sheldon Chau and Antoine Combellas have won top honors at the Fifth Annual Volker Bahnemann Awards for Cinematography at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Dolby’s short animated film Silent won two Daytime Emmy Awards at the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Daytime Creative Arts Emmys ceremony, held last Friday in Los Angeles, California. Created in conjunction with Moonbot Studios and CAA Marketing, a division of leading entertainment and sports agency Creative Artists Agency, Silent represents the evolution of film technology from the silent-film era to the present day. The three-minute film celebrates how storytellers, inventors, and technology work together to create magic in the cinema.
The spellbinding visual account of how flying animals evolved into the familiar species we see today, became a reality in the stunning documentary series David Attenborough’s Conquest of the Skies. Attenborough said of the project, “The story of evolutionary flight is one I’ve always wanted to tell. It’s our most ambitious yet.”