POLISH ANIMATED FILMS AWARDED AT THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION OF ETIUDA&ANIMA FESTIVAL
The winners of this year's edition of the Etiuda&Anima festival held in Krakow were announced this weekend. Polish productions were acknowledged in the event's international competition.
The International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima is the oldest film festival in Poland that confronts the achievements of students of film and art schools from all over the world and the work of artistic animation creators – professionals, students, and independent filmmakers alike. This year's edition took on a hybrid form.
This year in the ANIMA international competition, the Silver Jabberwocky – the second prize – went to the Kijek/Adamski duo. Their animated film Slow Light also won the Polish competition – ANIMA PL. An additional award went to Joanna Kożuch's animated documentary. Once There Was A Sea… received The Great Underestimated Prize, i.e the Award of the Artistic Director Bogusław Zmudziński, and the Audience Award.
A list of all awarded films can be found here.