Below is a year-by-year listing of nominees and winners of the VES Awards. To view a specific year's nominees & winners, select a year from the drop-down menu and hit apply. To view each category, select the category name.

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the visual effects within
a live action motion picture where the visual effects are a visible, essential,
and integral part of the story and play a principal and active role in
the motion picture. A rule of thumb for defining whether a motion picture
would be considered effects-driven would be to ask if the story could be
told without the active participation of the VFX (including Special Effects).
On the whole, the VFX in an effects-driven film would be easily identifiable
by the viewing public and professionals working in the VFX field.

Fully animated films are not eligible in this category.

Gravity
Winner
  • Tim Webber
  • Nikki Penny
  • Neil Corbould
  • Richard McBride
   
Iron Man 3
  • Christopher Townsend
  • Mark Soper
  • Guy Williams
  • Bryan Grill
   
Pacific Rim
  • John Knoll
  • Susan Greenhow
  • Chris Raimo
  • Hal Hickel
   
Star Trek: Into Darkness
  • Roger Guyett
  • Luke O'Byrne
  • Ron Ames
  • Ben Grossman
   
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
  • Joe Letteri
  • Eric Saindon
  • Kevin Sherwood
  • David Clayton
   

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the visual effects within a live action motion picture where the visual effects play a supporting, minor or background role in the telling of the story. Supporting visual effects, when taken as a whole, may help create the setting, environment, or mood of an entire film, but are generally intended to be subtle or invisible to the lay viewer. They do not consist of a significant number of CG characters, science fiction or fantasy elements, and other highly visible effects that one would expect to see in a visual effects-driven or “tent pole” film.

Effects-driven films may not enter their “invisible” effects in this category, and animated films are not eligible.

Rush
  • Jody Johnson
  • Moriah Etherington-Sparks
  • Mark Hodgkins
  • Antoine Moulineau
   
The Great Gatsby
  • Chris Godfrey
  • Prue Fletcher
  • Joyce Cox
  • Andy Brown
   
The Lone Ranger
Winner
  • Tim Alexander
  • Gary Brozenich
  • Shari Hanson
  • Kevin Martel
   
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
  • Guillaume Rocheron
  • Kurt Williams
  • Monette Dubin
  • Ivan Moran
   
The Wolf of Wall Street
  • Robert Legato
  • Mark Russell
  • Joseph Farrell
  • Lisa Spence
   
White House Down
  • Marc Weigert
  • Volker Engel
  • Julia Frey
  • Ollie Rankin
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

Almost Human
  • Jay Worth
  • Robert Habros
  • Michael Cliett
  • David Beedon
   
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome
  • Gary Hutzel
  • Michael Gibson
  • Derek Ledbetter
  • Heather Mcauliff
   
Game of Thrones: Valar Dohaeris
Winner
  • Steve Kullback
  • Joe Bauer
  • Jörn Großhans
  • Sven Martin
   
Inseparable: Chernobyl
  • Egor Olesov
  • Egor Borschevsky
  • Dmitry Ovcharenko
  • Mykhailo Datsyk
   
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Pilot
  • Mark Kolpack
  • Sabrina Arnold
  • David Altenau
  • H Haden Hammond
   

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the visual effects that play a supporting or background role within a single episode of a broadcast series, miniseries, made-for-television movie, or special wherein the visual effects are not necessarily essential to the telling of the story in the way that the effects of an effects-driven broadcast program are. Supporting visual effects, when taken as a whole, may help create the setting, environment, or mood of an entire program, and are generally intended to be invisible to the lay viewer. They do not consist of a significant number of CG characters, science fiction or fantasy elements, and other highly visible effects that one would expect to see in a visual effectsdriven broadcast program.

Banshee: Pilot
Winner
  • Armen Kevorkian
  • Mark Skowronski
  • Jeremy Jozwik
  • Ricardo Ramirez
   
Da Vinci's Demons: The Lovers
  • Kevin Blank
  • Simon Frame
  • Ante Dekovic
  • Oliver Arnold
   
Hawaii 5-0: Ho'onani Makuakane
  • Armen Kevorkian
  • Alexander Soltes
  • Jane Sharvina
  • Andranik Taranyan
   
Mob City: A Guy Walks in to A Bar
  • Jason Sperling
  • Michael Morreale
  • Valeri Pfahning
  • Mike Enriquez
   
Moonfleet: Episode 2
  • Ed Bruce
  • Alan Collins
  • John O'Connell
  • Joe Courtis
   
The Borgias: Relics
  • Wojciech Zielinski
  • Neishaw Ali
  • Bill Halliday
  • Jp Giamos
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial

Call of Duty: Epic Night Out
  • Leighton Greer
  • Robert Sethi
  • Felix Urquiza
  • Chris Knight
   
Galaxy Chauffeur
  • Helen Hughes
  • Simon French
  • William Bartlett
  • Stephen Cullingford
   
Liberty Group Limited: Answer
  • James Atkinson
  • Rachel Margolis Mariscal
  • Scott Meadows
  • David Liu
   
PETA: 98% Human
Winner
  • Angus Kneale
  • Vince Baertsoen
  • Colin Blaney
  • Kyle Cody
   
Sony PlayStation: Perfect Day
  • Charlotte Arnold
  • Joji Tsuruga
  • Gavin Wellsman
  • Olivier Mitonneau
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project

The award is to honor the overall achievement of the visual effects within an entire Special Venue project. Special Venues are defined as installations specifically set up to project large-format films (e.g. IMAX or OMNIMAX theaters), theme park theaters that may include a motion-based ride, museums, World Fairs, and similar venues.

To be eligible, a Special Venue project must have been exhibited publicly:

  • In a commercial venue for a paid admission, which may include the general admission to a theme park or special venue theater;
  • For a minimum period of one week on a regular daily schedule; and
  • Premiered in the current awards year in a Special Venue theater as defined above.

The following are not eligible in this category, regardless of the material’s original capture format:

  • Special purpose events such as trade shows and conventions;
  • Video material generally referred to as “pre-show” material;
  • Repurposed films, i.e. projects initially intended for the theatrical market but which have been blown up for exhibition in large-format Special Venue theaters;
  • Projects that were created as conventional 2D theatrical presentations but have been repurposed to stereographic 3D;
  • Any 2D or stereographic 3D feature motion picture that either premiered first, or simultaneously, in any regular movie theater or in any broadcast medium;
  • Any project that runs for an equal or greater amount of time in any regular movie theater or in any broadcast medium; and
  • Movies intended for simultaneous distribution in both Special Venue and normal movie theaters. The intent of this category is to honor those projects made specifically for the Special Venue market.
Hayden Planetarium's Dark Universe
  • Vivian Trakinski
  • Jon Parker
  • Carter Emmart
  • Andreas Wetteborn
   
Mysteries of the Unseen World
  • Sean Phillips
  • Andy Yamada
  • Fred Pienkos
  • Matthew Sugars
   
Mystic Manor
  • Tim Landry
  • John Guerra
  • Mark Schirmer
  • Ken Horii
   
Space Shuttle Atlantis
Winner
  • Daren Ulmer
  • John Gross
  • Cedar Connor
  • Christian Bloch
   
SpongeBob SquarePants 4D: The Great Jelly Rescue!
  • Kate Crandall
  • Brent Young
  • Michael "Oz" Smith
  • Andrei Brovcenco
   

Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the animation within an entire animated motion picture. The animation may be created by traditional cel animation, computer animation, and/or stop motion, as long as it meets the definitions of Animation and Animated Project as stated in the Appendix of this Rules & Procedures. The vocal performance of characters may be taken into consideration along with the visual qualities in evaluating the overall effectiveness of the animation.Title sequences are not eligible in this category

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2
  • Peter Nash
  • Michael Ford
  • Chris Juen
  • Mandy Tankenson
   
Despicable Me 2
  • Chris Meledandri
  • Janet Healy
  • Chris Renaud
  • Pierre Coffin
   
Frozen
Winner
  • Chris Buck
  • Jennifer Lee
  • Peter Del Vecho
  • Lino Di Salvo
   
Monsters University
  • Kori Rae
  • Sanjay Bakshi
  • Jon Reisch
  • Scott Clark
   
The Croods
  • Jane Hartwell
  • Chris Sanders
  • Kirk Demicco
  • Markus Manninen
   

Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement in a single animated character in a live action motion picture. The character may have been created by any technique or combination of techniques, including animatronics, as long as it meets the definition of Animation as stated in the Glossary of these Rules & Procedures.

Title sequences are not eligible in this category.

Gravity: Ryan
  • Max Solomon
  • Mathieu Vig
  • Michael Brunet
  • David Shirk
   
Oz the Great and Powerful: China Girl
  • Troy Saliba
  • In-Ah Roediger
  • Carolyn Vale
  • Kevin Souls
   
Pacific Rim: Kaiju - Leatherback
  • Jakub Pistecky
  • Frank Gravatt
  • Cyrus Jam
  • Chris Havreberg
   
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: Smaug
Winner
  • Eric Reynolds
  • David Clayton
  • Myriam Catrin
  • Guillaume Francois
   

Outstanding Real Time Visuals in a Video Game

Outstanding Real Time Visuals in a Video Game

Call of Duty: Ghosts
Winner
  • Mark Rubin
  • Richard Kriegler
  • David Johnson
  • Alessandro Nardini
   
Crysis 3
  • Magnus Larbrant
  • Tiago Sousa
  • Steven Bender
  • Cevat Yerli
   
Killzone Shadow Fall
  • Marijn Giesbertz
  • Jan-Bart Van Beek
  • Angie Smets
   
NBA 2K14
  • Heather Marshall
  • Joseph Clark
  • Jeff Thomas
  • Anton Dawson
   
Ryse: Son of Rome
  • Cevat Yerli
  • Peter Gornstein
  • Chris Evans
  • Brian Chambers
   

Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement in a single animated character in an animated motion picture. The character may have been created by any technique or combination of techniques, including animatronics, as long as it meets the definition of Animation as stated in the Glossary.

Title sequences are not eligible in this category.

Epic: Bomba
  • Thom Roberts
  • Haven Cousins
  • Tim Bower
  • Daniel Lima
   
Epic: Mary Katherine
  • Jeff Gabor
  • Dylan C. Maxwell
  • Sang Jun Lee
  • Chris Pagoria
   
Frozen: Bringing the Snow Queen to Life
Winner
  • Alexander Alvarado
  • Joy Johnson
  • Chad Stubblefield
  • Wayne Unten
   
The Croods: Eep
  • Line Andersen
  • Won Young Byun
  • Koji Morihiro
  • Chris De St. Jeor
   

Outstanding Animated Character in a Broadcast Program or Commercial

This award is to honor the overall achievement in a single animated character in a broadcast program or commercial. The character may have been created by any technique or combination of techniques, including animatronics, as long as it meets the definition of Animation as stated in the Glossary. The character may or may not be photorealistic.

Title sequences are not eligible in this category.

Game of Thrones: Raising the Dragons
  • Philip Meyer
  • Ingo Schachner
  • Travis Nobles
  • Florian Friedmann
   
PETA: 98% Human
Winner
  • Vince Baertsoen
  • Alex Allain
  • Henning Koczy
   
Smithwick's: Squirrel
  • Tom Bussell
  • Jorge Montiel
  • Tom Raynor
  • Sauce Vilas
   
Three, The Pony
  • Carsten Keller
  • Jake Mengers
  • Tim Van Hussen
   
Toy Story of Terror
  • Paul Aichele
  • Kiki Mei Kee Poh
  • Andrew Coats
   

Outstanding Created Environment in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement of a single created environment in a live action motion picture that best creates an illusion of setting for the story being told. Created environments are defined as either completely artificial environments, or the enhancement of an existing practical set or location through the addition of elements not present during photography. The environment may occur more than once in the project and under different conditions, but must be the same environment, created by the exact same team.

This category judges not only the techniques for creating the environment, but also their integration with any practical plate photography. Before & Afters must show the integration of the multiple elements used to create the environment.

Stereo extractions of environments that do not contain any other significant enhancements or fully animated productions are not eligible in this category. For practical purposes, the environment should be a single setting within the story, and not, for example, all locations within an entire city.

Elysium: Torus
  • Votch Levi
  • Joshua Ong
  • Barry Poon
  • Kent Matheson
   
Gravity: Exterior
Winner
  • Paul Beilby
  • Kyle McCulloch
  • Stuart Penn
  • Ian Comley
   
Gravity: Interior
  • Harry Bardak
  • Nathan Walster
  • Jonathan Fawkner
  • Claire Michaud
   
Iron Man 3: Shipyard
  • John Stevenson-Galvin
  • Greg Notzelman
  • Paul Harris
  • Justin Stockton
   
Pacific Rim: Virtual Hong Kong
  • Johan Thorngren
  • Jeremy Bloch
  • David Meny
  • Polly Ing
   

Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor the overall achievement of a single created environment in an animated motion picture that best creates an illusion of setting for the story being told. The environment may occur more than once in the project and under different conditions, but must be the same environment, created by the exact same team.

Before & Afters must show the integration of the multiple elements used to create the environment.

Stereo extractions of environments that do not contain any other significant enhancements are not eligible in this category. For practical purposes, the environment should be a single setting within the story, and not, for example, all locations within an entire city.

Epic: Pod Patch
  • Aaron Ross
  • Travis Price
  • Jake Panian
  • Antelmo Villarreal
   
Frozen: Elsa's Ice Palace
Winner
  • Virgilio John Aquino
  • Alessandro Jacomini
  • Lance Summers
  • David Womersley
   
Monsters University: Campus
  • Robert Kondo
  • Eric Andraos
  • Dale Ruffolo
  • Peter Sumanaseni
   
The Croods: The Maze
  • Jonathan Harman
  • Violette Sacre-Shaik
  • Benjamin Venancie
  • Philippe Brochu
   

Outstanding Created Environment in a Broadcast Program or Commercial

This award is to honor the overall achievement of a single created environment in a live action broadcast program that best creates an illusion of setting for the story being told. Created environments are defined as either completely artificial environments, or the enhancement of an existing practical set location through the addition of elements not present during photography. The environment may occur more than once in the project and under different conditions, but must be the same environment, created by the exact same team.

This category judges not only the techniques for creating the environment, but also their integration with any practical plate photography. Before & Afters must show the integration of the multiple elements used to create the environment.

Stereo extractions of environments that do not contain any other significant enhancements, or fully animated productions, are not eligible in this category. For practical purposes, the environment should be a single setting within the story, and not, for example, all locations within an entire city.

Game of Thrones: The Climb
Winner
  • Patrick Zentis
  • Mayur Patel
  • Nitin Singh
  • Tim Alexander
   
Hell On Wheels: Big Bad Wolf
  • Steve Meyer
  • Matt Von Brock
  • Mitch Gates
  • Antonio Chang
   
Inseparable: Chernobyl
  • Dmitry Ovcharenko
  • Igor Chopenko
  • Dmitry Eremenko
  • Andrey Bogdanov
   
Liberty Group Limited: Answer
  • Greg Teegarden
  • Kevin Bouchez
  • Brian Creasey
  • Kurt Lawson
   

Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture

This award honors the art of cinematography within the digital realm of a live action feature motion picture. Digital Cinematography is defined as the outstanding use of traditional cinematography techniques to communicate story and mood in a live action feature film, such as light direction, color, camera framing or movement, and depth of field within a primarily CG scene. It recognizes the combined collaborative work of pre-vis and layout artists, the lighting/CG supervisor, shot lighters, animators, and similar artists within this creative and interpretive process. Judges are to consider the use of light and camera in the scene, but are NOT judging the details of the models or environments that are being lit (these should compete in the Created Environment category). In the case of a live action movie, the film’s Director of Photography may be included among the entrants if, and ONLY if, he/she had a significant hands-on role in the final look of the CG elements.

Gravity
Winner
  • Tim Webber
  • Emmanuel Lubezki
  • Richard McBride
  • Dale Newton
   
Iron Man 3
  • Mark Smith
  • Aaron Gilman
  • Thelvin Cabezas
  • Gerardo Ramirez
   
Man of Steel
  • Daniel Paulsson
  • Edmund Kolloen
  • Joel Prager
  • David Stripinis
   
Pacific Rim: Hong Kong Ocean Brawl
  • Colin Benoit
  • Nick Walker
  • Adam Schnitzer
  • Victor Schutz
   
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
  • Christian Rivers
  • Phil Barrenger
  • Mark Gee
  • Thelvin Tico Cabezas
   

Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Live Action Commercial or Broadcast Program

This award honors the art of virtual cinematography within the digital realm of a live action broadcast program or commercial.  Digital Cinematography is defined as the outstanding use of traditional cinematography techniques to communicate story and mood in a broadcast program or commercial, such as light direction, color, camera framing or movement, and depth of field within a primarily CG scene.  It recognizes the combined collaborative work of pre-vis and layout artists, the lighting/CG supervisor, shot lighters, animators, and similar artists within this creative and interpretive process.  Judges are to consider the use of light and camera in the scene, but are NOT judging the details of the models or environments that are being lit (these should compete in the Created Environment category).  In the case of a live action program, the program’s Director of Photography may be included among the entrants if, and ONLY if, he/she had a significant hands-on role in the final look of the CG elements.

Mad Max: Ethos
  • Aladino Debert
  • Neil Huxley
  • David Liu
  • Michael Harbour
   
Murdered: Soul Suspect
  • Vernon Wilbert
  • Tim Jones
  • Rafael Francisco Colón
  • April Warren
   
Qualcomm Snapdragon: A Dragon is Coming
  • Joshua Wassung
  • Shannon Justison
  • Shayne Ryan
  • Seth Gollub
   
The Crew
Winner
  • Dominique Boidin
  • Rémi Kozyra
  • Léon Bérelle
  • Maxime Luère
   

Outstanding Models in a Feature Motion Picture

This award honors the art of cinematography within the digital realm of a live action broadcast program or commercial. Digital Cinematography is defined as the outstanding use of traditional cinematography techniques to communicate story and mood in a broadcast program or commercial (live action or animated), such as light direction, color, camera framing or movement, and depth of field within a primarily CG scene. It recognizes the combined collaborative work of pre-vis and layout artists, the lighting/CG supervisor, shot lighters, animators, and similar artists within this creative and interpretive process. Judges are to consider the use of light and camera in the scene, but are NOT judging the details of the models or environments that are being lit (these should compete in the Created Environment category). In the case of a live action program, the program’s Director of Photography may be included among the entrants if, and ONLY if, he/she had a significant hands-on role in the final look of the CG  elements.

Gravity: ISS Exterior
Winner
  • Ben Lambert
  • Paul Beilby
  • Chris Lawrence
  • Andy Nicholson
   
Pacific Rim
  • David Fogler
  • Alex Jaeger
  • Aaron Wilson
  • David Behrens
   
Star Trek: Into Darkness
  • Bruce Holcomb
  • Ron Woodall
  • John Goodson
  • Thomas Fejes
   
The Lone Ranger: Colby Locomotive
  • Rene Garcia
  • Steve Walton
  • Brian Paik
  • Gerald Gutschmidt
   

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture

Gravity: Parachute and ISS Destruction
Winner
  • Alexis Wajsbrot
  • Sylvain Degrotte
  • Horacio Mendoza
  • Juan-Luis Sanchez
   
Man of Steel
  • Brian Goodwin
  • Gray Horsfield
  • Mathieu Chardonnet
  • Adrien Toupet
   
Pacific Rim: Fluid Simulation & Destruction
  • Ryan Hopkins
  • Michael Balog
  • Patrick Conran
  • Rick Hankins
   
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
  • Areito Echevarria
  • Andreas Soderstrom
  • Ronnie Menahem
  • Christoph Sprenger
   

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2
  • Andrew Hofman
  • Alex Moaveni
   
Epic: Boggan Crowds
  • Thierry Dervieux-Lecocq
  • David Gatenby
  • Mark Adams
  • Matthew D. Simmons
   
Frozen: Elsa's Blizzard
Winner
  • Eric W. Araujo
  • Marc Bryant
  • Dong Joo Byun
  • Tim Molinder
   
The Croods
  • Jeff Budsberg
  • Andre Le Blanc
  • Jason Mayer
  • Michael Losure
   

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Commercial or Broadcast Program

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Commercial or Broadcast Program

PETA: 98% Human
Winner
  • Vince Baertsoen
  • Jimmy Gass
  • Dave Barosin
   
Sony PlayStation: Perfect Day
  • Joji Tsuruga
  • Gavin Wellsman
  • Nick Couret
  • Hassan Taimur
   
Toy Story of Terror
  • Jane Yen
  • Rogan Griffin
  • Amit Baadkar
  • Keith Daniel Klohn
   
Toyota Avalon: Formula
  • Ed Laag
  • Eugene Gauran
  • Josh Hatton
   

Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture

This award is to honor outstanding achievement in compositing multiple elements into a final visual effect shot or group of shots in a live action feature motion picture. This category is for a body of work created for a single motion picture by an individual artist or team of artists.

Multiple entries from the same project are eligible provided the compositing teams are 100% different and the shots being submitted are completelydifferent. Title sequences are eligible as long as:

  • They are submitted in textless form in order not to conflict with any other awards rule; and
  • They are part of the storytelling and are not a specially designed separate animated title sequence in a live action project.

Animated films are not eligible in this category.

Elysium
  • Jean Lapointe
  • Jordan Benwick
  • Robin Hackl
  • Janeen Elliott
   
Gravity
Winner
  • Mark Bakowski
  • Anthony Smith
  • Theodor Groeneboom
  • Adrian Metzelaar
   
Iron Man 3: Barrel of Monkeys
  • Michael Maloney
  • Francis Puthanangadi
  • Justin Van Der Lek
  • Howard Cabalfin
   
Iron Man 3: House Attack
  • Darren Poe
  • Stefano Trivelli
  • Josiah Howison
  • Zach Zaubi
   
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
  • Charles Tait
  • Robin Hollander
  • Giuseppe Tagliavini
  • Sean Heuston
   

Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program

Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program

Banshee: Pilot
  • Gevork Babityan
  • Andranik Taranyan
  • Matt Kelly
  • Matthieu Perin
   
Game of Thrones: The Climb
Winner
  • Kirk Brillon
  • Steve Gordon
  • Geoff Sayer
  • Winston Lee
   
Game of Thrones: The Conquering of Yunkai
  • Sean Faden
  • Greg Szafranski
  • Florian Franke
  • Travis Nobles
   
Vikings: Dispossessed
  • Ovidiu Cinazan
  • Gary Couto
  • Marco Lee
  • Maria Gordon
   

Outstanding Compositing in a Commercial

Outstanding Compositing in a Commercial

Call of Duty: Epic Night Out
Winner
  • Chris Knight
  • Daniel Thuresson
  • Nick Tayler
  • Dag Ivarsory
   
Jean-Paul Gaultier: The Sailor
  • Jerome Billet
  • Arnaud Leviez
   
Mercedes Sensations
  • Laurent Creusot
  • Pierre Emmanuel Genin
  • David Roubah
  • Damien Canameras
   
Sony PlayStation : Greatness Awaits
  • Iwan Zwarts
  • Kyle Cody
  • Dan Difelice
   
Sony PlayStation: Perfect Day
  • Gavin Wellsman
  • John Mangia
  • Leonardo Costa
  • Kristin Johnson
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project

Initium
  • Alexandre Dechel
  • Adrien Lambert
  • Larochette Emeric
  • James Ross-Greetham
   
Morphium
  • Linus Stetter
   
Rugbybugs
Winner
  • Matthias Baeuerle
  • Carl Schroeter
  • Martin Lapp
  • Emanuel Fuchs
   
Runaway
  • Ludovic Fregé
  • Quentin Medda
  • Romain Chauliac
  • Yoann Gouraud
   
Where the Dream Begins
  • Dun Ma
  • Dan Wen Lei
  • Xuan Xia