The VES Awards recognizes outstanding visual effects in twenty-four categories of film, animation, television, commercials and video games.

Filmmakers, celebrities, producers and guests joined more than a thousand attendees from the visual effects industry for the sold-out gala – which honored director Ang Lee with the VES Visionary Award, presented by Dennis Muren, and Richard Edlund with the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Harrison Ford.

Life of Pi and Brave were the evening’s most honored feature films, with four awards each.

Date: 
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Location: 
Beverly Hilton Hotel. Beverly Hills, CA

Honorees

Visionary Award
Awarded for uniquely and consistently employing the art and science of visual effects to foster imagination and ignite future discoveries by way of artistry, invention and groundbreaking work.
Lifetime Achievement Award
Awarded for significant and lasting contributions to the art and science of the visual effects industry by way of vision, artistry, invention and innovation.

Highlights

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11th Annual VES Awards Highlight Reel

Featuring Harrison Ford, Naomi Watts, Ang Lee, Jeffrey A. Okun, Richard Edlund and more.

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11th Annual VES Awards Behind the Scenes

Featuring Interviews, Red carpet interviews, behind the scenes footage, and more.

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Winners and Nominees

Below is the complete list of Winners and Nominees for the 11th Annual VES Awards. A sortable list for ALL years of VES Award winners / nominees can be found on the Previous VES Awards page. VES members (must be logged in) can also view all of the nominated entries in each category.

Please click on the category to reveal the winners and nominees

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.

Battleship
  • Grady Cofer
  • Pablo Helman
  • Kevin Elam
  • Glen McIntosh
   
Life of Pi
Winner
  • Donald R. Elliott
  • Susan MacLeod
  • Guillaume Rocheron
  • Bill Westenhofer
   
Prometheus
  • Paul Butterworth
  • Charley Henley
  • Allen Maris
  • Richard Stammers
   
The Avengers
  • Susan Pickett
  • Janek Sirrs
  • Jeff White
  • Guy Williams
   
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
  • Joe Letteri
  • Eileen Moran
  • Eric Saindon
  • Kevin L. Sherwood
   

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.

Argo
  • Matt Dessero
  • Gregory McMurry
  • Tom Smith
  • Michele Vallillo
   
Flight
  • Kevin Baillie
  • Michael Lantieri
  • Chris Stoski
  • Ryan Tudhope
   
Rust and Bone
  • Béatrice Bauwens
  • Cédric Fayolle
  • Nicolas Rey
  • Stéphane Thibert
   
The Impossible
Winner
  • Felix Bergés
  • Sandra Hermida
  • Pau Costa Moeller
   
Zero Dark Thirty
  • Geoff Anderson
  • Chris Harvey
  • Jeremy Hattingh
  • Richard Stutsman
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program

Curiosity: Battlefield Cell
  • Nathan Larouche
  • Lon Molnar
  • Geoff Scott
  • Bojan Zoric
   
Falling Skies: Worlds Apart
  • James Hattin
  • Suzanne MacLennan
  • Curt Miller
  • Andrew Orloff
   
Game of Thrones: Volar Morghulis
Winner
  • Rainer Gombos
  • Steve Kullback
  • Sven Martin
  • Juri Stanossek
   
Munsters: Mockingbird Lane
  • Leslie Ekk
  • Jonah Hall
  • Livia Hanich
  • Jason Zimmerman
   
Once Upon A Time: The Stranger
  • Dale Fay
  • Laura Jones
  • Nathan Matsuda
  • Andrew Orloff
   

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.

Boardwalk Empire: Episode 308
Winner
  • John Bair
  • Parker Chehak
  • Paul Graff
  • Lesley Robson-Foster
   
Hawaii Five-O: La O Na Makuahine
  • Gevork Babityan
  • Jon Howard
  • Armen Kevorkian
  • Ricardo Ramirez
   
Hell On Wheels: Blood Moon
  • Matt Von Brock
  • Jason Fotter
  • Tim Jacobsen
  • Bill Kent
   
Hemingway & Gellhorn
  • Nathan Abbot
  • Kip Larsen
  • Chris Morley
  • Christopher Paizis
   
Men Who Built America: Episode 2
  • Glenn Allen
  • Matthew Conner
  • Eran Dinur
  • David Reynolds
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Commercial

Call of Duty: Surprise
  • Steve Beck
  • Chris Knight
  • Robert Sethi
  • Christina Thompson
   
Lady Gaga: Fame
  • Kait Boehm
  • Juan Gomez
  • Kurt Lawson
  • Greg Teegarden
   
Nike: Biomorph
Winner
  • Rafael Colon
  • Aladino Debert
  • David Liu
  • Nicola Wiseman
   
Norfolk Southern: City of Possibilities
  • Chris Bernier
  • Kyle Cody
  • Jeff Lopez
  • Boo Wong
   
Pepsi: Crowd Surfing
  • Martin Aufinger
  • Russell Dodgson
  • Abby Orchard
  • Chris Redding
   

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.
Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem
Winner
  • Heather Drummons
  • Joel Friesch
  • Brooke Breton
  • Chris Bailey
   
Earthquake: Evidence of a Restless Planet
  • Matthew Blackwell
  • Tom Kennedy
  • Jeroen Lapré
  • Mike Schmitt
   
SeaWorld: Turtle Trek 3D/ 360
  • Timur "Taron" Baysal
  • Jae Cheol Hong
  • Cecil Magpuri
  • Michael Roderick
   
The Ball Unleashed
  • Gianni Aliotti
  • Lisa Zusmer DelPrete
  • Marc Dominic Rienzo
  • Eric Sanford
   

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

Brave
Winner
  • Mark Andrews
  • Steve May
  • Katherine Sarafian
  • Bill Wise
   
Hotel Transylvania
  • Lydia Bottegoni
  • James Crossley
  • Mike Ford
  • Daniel Kramer
   
ParaNorman
  • Chris Butler
  • Sam Fell
  • Travis Knight
  • Brad Schiff
   
Rise of the Guardians
  • Nancy Bernstein
  • David Prescott
  • Peter Ramsey
  • Christina Steinberg
   
Wreck-It Ralph
  • Sean Jenkins
  • Scott Kersavage
  • Rich Moore
  • Clark Spencer
   

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.

Life of Pi: Richard Parker
Winner
  • Erik De Boer
  • Sean Comer
  • Betsy Asher Hall
  • Kai-Hua Lan
   
The Avengers: The Hulk
  • Marc Chu
  • John Doublestein
  • Cyrus Jam
  • Jason Smith
   
The Hobbit: Goblin King
  • Jung Min Chang
  • James Jacobs
  • David Clayton
  • Guillaume Francois
   
The Hobbit: Gollum
  • Gino Acevedo
  • Alessandro Bonora
  • Jeff Capogreco
  • Kevin Estey
   

Outstanding Real Time Visuals in a Video Game

Outstanding Real Time Visuals in a Video Game

Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Winner
  • Jason Blundell
  • Barry Whitney
  • Colin Whitney
   
Dirt Showdown
  • Peter Asberg
  • Peter Clark
  • Nathan Fisher
  • Julie McGurren
   
Dishonored
  • Viktor Antonov
  • Sebastien Mitton
  • Jean-Luc Monnet
  • Julien Roby
   
Forza Horizon
  • Michel Bastien
  • Terrance Newell
  • Gareth Richards
  • Andrew Sage
   
Halo 4
  • Mike Cronin
  • Brien Goodrich
  • Kenneth Scott
   

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.

Brave: Merida
Winner
  • Travis Hathaway
  • Olivier Soares
  • Peter Sumanaseni
  • Brian Tindall
   
Hotel Transylvania: Dracula
  • Bill Haller
  • Tim Pixton
  • Jorge Vigara
   
The Pirates: Band of Misfits
  • Will Becher
  • Jay Grace
  • Loyd Price
   
Wreck-It Ralph: Vanellope
  • John Kahwaty
  • Suzan Kim
  • Michelle Robinson
  • Tony Smeed
   

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: Training the Dragons
Winner
  • Irfan Celik
  • Florian Friedman
  • Ingo Schachner
  • Chris Stenner
   
Hallmark: Motherbird
  • Vince Baertsoen
  • Kevin Ives
  • Laurent Makowski
  • Joshua Merck
   
Sinbad: Episode 1
  • Andy Guest
  • James Moxon
  • James Reid
  • Greg Spencer
   
Ted: Jimmy Kimmel Live!
  • James W. Brown
  • Brad Fox
  • Ross Nakamura
  • Jeffrey Woo
   

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.

Life of Pi: Open Ocean
  • Jason Bayever
  • Sho Hasegawa
  • Jimmy Jewell
  • Walt Jones
   
Prometheus: LV-233
  • Julien Bolbach
  • Marco Genovesi
  • Martin Riedel
  • Marco Rolandi
   
The Avengers: Midtown Manhattan
Winner
  • Richard Bluff
  • Barry Williams
  • David Meny
  • Andy Proctor
   
The Hobbit: Goblin Caverns
  • Ryan Arcus
  • Simon Jung
  • Alastair Maher
  • Anthony M. Patti
   

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.

Brave: The Forest
Winner
  • Tim Best
  • Steve Pilcher
  • Inigo Quilez
  • Andrew Whittock
   
ParaNorman: Graveyard
  • Phil Brotherton
  • Robert Desue
  • Oliver Jones
  • Nick Mariana
   
ParaNorman: Main Street
  • Alice Bird
  • Matt DeLeu
  • Caitlin Pashalek
   
Rise of the Guardians: The North Pole
  • Eric Bouffard
  • Sonja Burchard
  • Andy Harbeck
  • Peter Maynez
   

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.

5 Gum RPM: Choose Your Energy
  • Kaan Atilla
  • Kevin Gillen
  • Isaac Irvin
  • Brandon Lester
   
Call of Duty: Eclipse - Surprise
  • Chris Bayol
  • Steve Beck
  • Gawain Liddiard
  • Robert Sethi
   
Game of Thrones: Pyke
Winner
  • Rene Borst
  • Thilo Ewers
  • Adam Figielski
  • Jonas Stuckenbrock
   
Sinbad
  • James Moxon
  • Lyndall Spagnoletti
  • Greg Spencer
   

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.

The Amazing Spider-Man
  • Rob Engle
  • David Schaub
  • Cosku Turhan
  • Max Tyrie
   
The Avengers: Downtown Manhattan
  • Colin Benoit
  • Jeremy Goldman
  • Tory Mercer
  • Roger Liu
   
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Winner
  • Matt Aitken
  • Victor Huang
  • Christian Rivers
  • R. Christopher White
   
Total Recall: Hover Car Chase
  • Daniel Baldwin
  • Mattias Forsstrom
  • Sam Schwier
  • Joshua Wassung
   

Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Broadcast Program or Commercial

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.

Call of Duty: Eclipse - Surprise
  • Chris Bayol
  • Steve Beck
  • Chris Knight
  • Robert Sethi
   
Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn
  • Steven Chen
  • Phil Dakin
  • Paul Stodolny
   
Toyota: Real Deal
  • Adam Berg
  • Niles Heckman
  • Ronald Herbst
  • Vernon Wilbert
   
ZombiU
  • Dominique Boidin
  • Léon Bérelle
  • Rémi Kozyra
  • 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.

Men in Black 3: Cape Canaveral/ Apollo Launch
  • Craig Feifarek
  • Hee-Chel Nam
  • Eric Neill
  • Taehyun Park
   
The Avengers: Helicarrier
Winner
  • Rene Garcia
  • Bruce Holcomb
  • Polly Ing
  • Aaron Wilson
   
The Dark Knight Rises: Airplane Heist
  • Scott Beverly
  • Alan Faucher
  • Ian Hunter
  • Steve Newburn
   
The Impossible: Orchid Hotel
  • Markus Donhauser
  • Patrick Lehn
  • Angel Martinez
  • Juergen Pirman
   

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

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

Battleship
  • Florent Andorra
  • Willi Geiger
  • Rick Hankins
  • Florian Witzel
   
Life of Pi: Ocean
  • Jason Bayever
  • David Horsley
  • Scott Townsend
  • Miles Vignol
   
Life of Pi: Storm of God
Winner
  • Harry Mukhopadhyay
  • David Stopford
  • Mark Williams
  • Derek Wolfe
   
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
  • Areito Echevarria
  • Chet Leavai
  • Garry Runke
  • Francois Sugny
   

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture

Brave
Winner
  • Chris Chapman
  • Dave Hale
  • Michael K. O'Brien
  • Bill Watral
   
ParaNorman: Angry Aggie Ink-Blot Electricity
  • Michael Cordova
  • Grant Laker
  • Susanna Luck
  • Peter Vickery
   
ParaNorman: Practical Volumetrics
  • Aidan Fraser
  • Joe Gorski
  • Eric Kuehne
  • Andrew Nawrot
   
Rise of the Guardians: Last Stand
  • Andy Hayes
  • Carl Hooper
  • Andrew Wheeler
  • Stephen Wood
   

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Commercial or Broadcast Program

Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Commercial or Broadcast Program

Guinness: Cloud
Winner
  • Tom Bussell
  • Neil Davies
   
Last Resort: Captain
  • Matt Von Brock
  • Bruce Coy
  • Junaid Farooq
  • Aldo Ruggiero
   
Nike: Biomorph
  • Aladino Debert
  • Eric Ebling
  • Ken Mitchel Jones
   
Nissan Altima: Wouldn't it be Cool
  • Tim Borgmann
  • Forcada
  • Aron Hjartarson
  • Shayne Ryan
   

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.

Life of Pi: Storm of God
Winner
  • Ryan Clarke
  • Jose Fernandez
  • Sean Oharas
  • Hamish Schumacher
   
Prometheus: Engineers & the Orrery
  • Xavier Bourque
  • Sam Cole
  • Simone Riginelli
   
The Avengers: Hulk Punch
  • Chris Balog
  • Peter Demarest
  • Nelson Sepulveda
  • Alan Travis
   
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
  • Jean-Luc Azzis
  • Steven McGillen
  • Christoph Salzmann
  • Charles Tait
   

Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program

Outstanding Compositing in a Broadcast Program

Game of Thrones: White Walker Army
Winner
  • Falk Boje
  • Esther Engel
  • Alexey Kuchinsky
  • Klaus Wuchta
   
Hell On Wheels: Blood Moon
  • Antonio Chang
  • Jason Fotter
  • Eric Hayden
  • Josh Miyaji
   
Hemingway & Gellhorn
  • Nathan Abbot
  • Shelley Campbell
  • Chris Morley
  • Christopher Paizis
   
Last Resort: Captain
  • Matt Von Brock
  • Jason Fotter
  • Aldo Ruggiero
  • Brian Williams
   

Outstanding Compositing in a Commercial

Outstanding Compositing in a Commercial

Call of Duty: Eclipse - Surprise
  • Chris Knight
  • Becky Porter
  • Jake Maymudes
  • Tayler Smith
   
Chevy 2012 Silverado
Winner
  • Dominik Bauch
  • Nicholas Kim
  • Benjamin Walsh
   
Nike: Game On, World
  • Daniel Marsh
  • Paul O'Shea
   
Norfolk Southern: City of Possibilities
  • Tom Bardwell
  • Chris Bernier
  • Kyle Cody
  • Erin Nash
   

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project

Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project

Globosome
  • Sascha Geddert
  • Johannes Peter
  • Patrick Schuler
  • Philipp Wolf
   
Natalis
Winner
  • Daniel Brkovic
  • David Kirchner
  • Jan-Marcel Kuehn
  • Tom Ferstl
   
Rollin' Safari
  • Kyra Buschor
  • Anna Habermehl
  • Constantin Päplow
  • Thomas Hartmann
   
Voile Noir
  • Michael Balthazart
  • Raphaël Gaudin
  • Clément Granjon De Lepiney
  • Quentin Sauvinet