Poland, 2010, 24 min, 35 mm
Directors: Quay Brothers
Musik: Krzysztof Penderecki
Producers: Zbigniew Zmudzki
Sinopsis: The action of “Maska” is set in a technologically developed but, at the same time, feudal world. Beautiful Duenna was created in order to carry out а certain mission. However, she will be forced to choose between accomplishing the task she was created for and love.
Varna Municipality Award
France, 2009, 16:40 min, Digital Betacam Pal, 3D
Director & Scriptwriter: Philippe Grammaticopoulos
Producer : Jean-Jacques Benhamou
Sinopsis: In a very industrialized world, where humans only eat transgenic food, some plates make for surprising dishes...
Best Short Film Award
The Silence Beneath The Bark
France, 2010, 11:8 min., 35 mm, 2D, 3D
Director&Scriptwriter: Joanna Lurie
Sound: Adam Wolny
Producer: Pfohl Christian (Lardux Films)
Sinopsis: A great forest is covered by small funny creatures who discover the snow… so white, so beautiful, so fascinating. A nocturnal fairy-tale about tenderness.
Best TV Series Award
Teeth, Tail and Ears
Russia, 2010, 14:58 min, Drawing on Paper, Claymation, 2D, 3D
Director&Scriptwriter: Sergey Merinov
Sinopsis: Three funny stories about the Hare.
Best Children Film Award
Canada, 2011, 10 min, Drawing on paper
Animator, scriptwriter & director: Patrick Doyon
Music: Luigi Allemano
Producer: Rene Chenier
Sinopsis: After mass, а family gathers at their grandparents’ house as every Sunday. The film is a magical tale that imparts important lessons that imparts important lessons about life as seen through the eyes of a child.
Best Graduation Film Award
Bulgaria, 2009, 4:50 min, BlueRay, Cut-outs, 2D, 3D
Director and Scriptwriter: Velislava Gospodinova
Music: Serghey Rahmaninov
Producer: Velislava Gospodinova
Sinopsis: Based on Jacques Prevert’s “The Lighthouse Keeper Loves Birds Too Much”, the film tells a story about life’s absurdity and the game of destiny which is too cruel at times. This is a film about the consequences of a taken decision, about love, suffering and death.
Film Critics Awards
Iran, 2009, 3:10 min
Director: Mashaallah Mohammad
Production: Iranian Young Cinema Society
Sinopsis: A man cuts a piece of Earth and other man… Minimalist animation that can carry so may different meanings, using only a simple pen-drawn line.
Jury’s Prize (Short Film’s Diploma)
Canada, 2010, 14:30 min, acrylic, pencil on paper and digital treatment
Director: Theodore Ushev
Scriptwriter: Chris Robinson
Music: David Bryant
Producer: Marc Bertrand
Sinopsis: The film is a singular study of what happens when a genius is on first-named terms with madness.
Jury’s Prize (TV series)
Poland, 2009, 8 min., drawing animation
Director: Piotr Dumala
Sinopsis: The stylised broadcasting from the beginnings of Polish television, referring to the iconic ‘Kobra’, ‘Dziennik Telewizyjny’, and ‘Tele-Echo’. The speaker, Dr. Character, as in ‘Alfred Hitchcock presents’ shows his absurd guests: a man in a pill, a mouse that has swallowed a snake, or the inventor of a pneumatic shaver. The main character, with a Mediterranean-type physiognomy known from the credits of ‘Miliard w rozumie’ is played by an outstanding senior of Polish film critics, Jerzy P?a?ewski.
Jury’s Prize (Students film)
Russia, 2010, 5:50 min, Drawing On Paper
Director & Scriptwriter: Anton Dyakov
Producer: Lyubov Gaidukova
Sinopsis: “Bach” is a film about the grand journey of a little snail…
Union of Bulgarian Film Makers’ Award
The Lost Town of Switez
Poland, 2010, 20 min, 3D animation, classic oil paint animation
Director: Kamil Polak
Music: Irina Bogdanovich
Production: Human Ark
Sinopsis: On a tempestuous night a coach battles through the dark forests of 19th-century Poland. The coach loses control and it smashes somewhere deep in the woods. A young traveler emerges from the wreckage. Ominous shadows emerge at speed from out of the darkness. The traveler is transported to a medieval world, where he witnesses the last days of the town of ?wite?.