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The 25th Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film (ITFS 2018) ended on 30th April.This year, the number of visitors totaled about 95,000 across the venues of ITFS. You can find the winners of diverse competitions.

Award Winners

International competition

Grand Prix: Cat Days (Germany, Japan 2017)
Director: Jon Frickey
Producers: Jon Frickey, Takashi Horiguchi

Lotte Reiniger Award for animation film

Enough (UK 2017)
Director: Anna Mantzaris
School: Royal College of Art

Enough © Anna Mantzaris


On Happiness Road (Taiwan 2017)
Director: Hsin-Yin Sung
Producer: Sylvia Feng
Production: On Happiness Road Productions Ltd.

Tricks for Kids Shorts

Coco’s Day (Russia 2017)
Director: Tatiana Moshkova
Producers: Mikhail Aldashin, Boris Mashkovtsev

Tricks for Kids Series (national)

Animanimals – Sloth (Germany, 2018)
Director: Julia Ocker
Production: Studio FILM BILDER

Tricks for Kids Series (international)

Hey Duggee – The Tadpole Badge (UK 2016)
Director: Grant Orchard
Production: Studio Aka

Young Animation – Award for the best student film

Sog (Germany 2017)
Director: Jonatan Schwenk
Producer: Jonatan Schwenk
School: Kunsthochschule Kassel

The FANtastic Prize

Oh Mother! (Poland 2017)
Director: Paulina Ziolkowska
Producers: Piotr Furmankiewicz, Mateusz Michalak
Production: FUMI STUDIO
School: The Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School – Lodz Film School.

Amazon Audience Award

Hybrids (France 2017)
Directors: Florian Brauch, Matthieu Pujol, Kim Tailhades, Yohan Thireau, Romain Thirion
School: MoPA.

SWR Audience Award

Negative Space (France 2017)
Directors: Ru Kuwahata, Max Porter
Producers: Edwina Liard, Jean-Louis Padis, Nidia Santiago
Production: Ikki Films

Trickstar Business Award

Project “House of Broken Hearts”
Production: Studio Pupil (The Netherlands)