British Animation Awards 2012

The British Animation Awards 2012 was held last Thursday (15th of March) at the BFI on Southbank.

Amongst the award ceremony was the results of the Public Choice Award, which the Animated Review was lucky enough to attend various screenings and vote for earlier in the year. Francesca Adams took home the Public Choice Award for her short 'Bertie Crisp'!

Here is the full list of winners:

Britain's favourite animated character: Paddington Bear

Best short film: 'A Morning Stroll'

Best long form film: 'Maska'/'The Gruffalo's Child' (joint winners)

Best pre-school series: 'Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom'

Children's choice: 'The Amazing World Of Gumball'

Best children's series: 'The Amazing World Of Gumball'

Best mixed media children's series: 'Bookaboo'

Best music video: Liz Green - 'Displacement Song'

Best 3D commercial: Coca Cola - 'Siege'

Best 2D commercial: Tempo - 'Bike'

Best stop motion commercial: Nokia - 'Dot'

Best film/TV graphics: 'Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1'

Best student film: 'The Eagleman Stag'

Best commissioned animation: Nokia - 'Gulp'

Public choice best short film: 'Bertie Crisp'

Public choice best music video: Gorillaz - 'Stylo'

Public choice best commercial: Pilsner Urquell Legends: 'The Day Pilsner Struck Gold'

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