By Stephanie Ciccarelli
November 13, 2007
While awards season is a wee bit off, the nomination season has just begun!
Learn more about a new category announced this year for the British Animation Awards.
It all started with a comment on the blog and away we went!
Gulsen Yanik, British Animation Awards producer, contacted me with news about the British Animation Awards new category for Best Character Voice Performance in an animated film.
The category was created along with New Media: Best Animation and New Media: Best Commissioned Animation, focusing on internet and downloadable animation.
The Sound Company, sponsor of the category, helped promote the new category as well as sponsor it.
The nomination deadline of November 30th, 2007. The organization is headquartered in London, UK.
Each category has three finalists, so that means three fortunate nominees will get to shine in the voice performance category when the judging commences.
Maybe you could be one of them!
British-made animated films produced in 2006 or 2007 are eligible. Each production entered requires a separate entry form and VHS(Pal) preview tape or DVD.
Best Character Voice Performance
Awarded to the best vocal performance in an animated film. Entry Fee: Â£45 plus VAT, unless you have entered for two or more other categories then Entry is FREE.
All categories are judged by Juries, which are made up very carefully from people within and associated with the industry.
There are three programmes made for the Public Choice Tour, which are made up of the best entries sent to the British Animation Awards. These programmes go to 28 cities in the UK and audiences are able to vote for their favourites. You can get tickets to these via the cinemas themselves. I let Gulsen know that a number of you are in Great Britain and may be interested in attending the showings.
Visit the BritishAnimationAwards website to learn more, download the entry form (you'll find it in the News section) and read about fantastic BAA prizes which are made specially for the BAA by animators and artists worldwide.
Let us know if you enter!
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