Honami Yano’s “A Chew of Bone” Animated Brief Wins Award at Ottawa Int’l Animation Pageant
The Ottawa Worldwide Animation Pageant (OIAF) introduced on Friday that Honami Yano’s “Honekami” (“A Chew of Bone”) brief animation received the Grand Prize for Brief Animation within the occasion’s forty fifth anniversary. Yoriko Mizushiri’s “Fuan na Tai” (“Anxious Physique”) brief received the Greatest Non-Narrative Animation award and Mari Miyazawa’s “Konigiri-kun: Live performance” brief received a particular point out within the Animation for Younger Audiences (Preschool) Competitors.
OIAF Digital Cinema web site describes “A Chew of Bone”:
Somewhat woman displays on her final summer time together with her father at his funeral. Set on a small island in Japan the place the director was born and raised, the movie explores the connection between the loss of life of her father and the bomb storage within the mountain behind the household home.
Honami Yano directed the brief and wrote the screenplay. Koji Yamamura produced the brief.
The jury remark for the entry said:
This movie was made on high of conventional methods. However it has the facility to guide us in a brand new path. In a picture composed of dots, we freely cross locations and recollections as if we’re all small dots. After wanting on the work, we are able to see why the director used these methods. And it leaves an extended lingering impression.
Studio 4°C‘s Fortune Favors Girl Nikuko anime movie competed within the Animated Characteristic class, however Cesar Cabral’s Bob Spit – We Do Not Like Folks received the award.
The occasion occurred from September 22 to October 3.
Due to Jordan Scott for the information tip.