Posts Tagged ‘2D Animation Short Film’

A Garden Dream – Animation short film

Awards:

  • Student Short Film category at the prestigious FICCI-FRAMES BAF Awards, International Film Festival, Mumbai – February 2009
  • CTSF Awards, Chennai, India – 2009
  • AAROHI Film Festival, Mumbai, India. 2009
  • CMS VATAVARAN Environment & Wildlife Film Festival, New Delhi – October 2009
  • Gateway awards, Anna University Chennai – September 2009
  • International Film Festival, Nagpur, India – September 2009
  • Student Animation Film, Character Designing, Story and Poster categories at Kolkatha 2009, The Animation Society of Kolkata (TASK) – February 2009

The Film:
Cleanliness as a value used to be taught early on in schools once upon a time. The kids of today have too many distractions to focus on this value anymore. A Garden Dream is an animation short film which attempts to speak directly to kids about the importance of keeping surroundings clean in a fantastic way-RajaSekhar Buggaveeti

Creative Team:
Aarthi R, Nilesh Mhaisne, Tushar Sule

For more details visit, www.agardendream.com

Chamki – 2D Animation Short Film

Awards:

  • 1st Prize: Arena Best & Brightest Awards, Mumbai (2009)
  • 3rd Prize – International Film Festival, Nagpur, India – September 2009

Nominations:

  • Kolkatha09 Awards, TASK, Kolkata, India. February 2009

The Film:
Even in the 21st century, the girl child in India continues to be looked down upon by a highly discriminating society. Holding a bold lens to this hapless plight is the animation short film ‘Chamki’ which highlights the harsh treatment meted out to the protagonist. The film uses a strong metaphor to voice a strong concern to stop the discrimination and allow the girl child the freedom to pursue her dreams and aspirations without prejudice-RajaSekhar Buggaveeti

Creative Team:
Nupur Agarwal, Govind Gujar and Rajsekhar Nayani

For more details visit, www.chamki.net

TRASHHED! – 2D Animation short film

Awards:

  • 1st Prize, International Film Festival, Nagpur, India – September 2009

Nominations:

  • AAROHI Film Festival, Mumbai, India – April 2009
  • Nominated in the Children’s Film Category at the 16th International Children’s Film  Festival held at Hyderabad in November 2009

The Film:
More often than not, trash is found strewn everywhere except where it belongs – inside the trash bin; thus, defeating the very purpose of the trash bin. TRASHHED! is an animation short film that highlights this tragic state of our trash bins today and suggests people to be a little more mindful and throw trash in the trash bin and not all around it-RajaSekhar Buggaveeti

Creative Team:
Pranay Bura, Varun M, Srinivaas B, Ravi Kiran

For more details visit, www.trashhed.com

Dolly & Me – Animation short film

Awards:

* 1st Prize – TVCA Anifest India 09, Viewer’s Choice Award, TASI, Mumbai
* 2nd Prize – International Film Festival, Nagpur, India – 2009
* Best Concept Award – AAROHI Film Festival, Mumbai, India – 2009

Nominations:

* ASIFA International Animation Day, Mumbai, India – 2007
* 24 Frames Film Festival, Mumbai, India – 2007
* FICCI Frames BAF Awards, International Film Festival, Mumbai, India – 2006

The Film:
The story is about a dog couple romancing in a garden, their romance gets disturbed by some sound over and over again. They finally find the sound maker and shout at him badly.

Creative Team:
Mr. Mahesh Gore, Faculty at Arena centre in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad-RajaSekhar Buggaveeti

Dilsukhnagar Arena

Dilsukhnagar Arena is a premiere animation learning place in india. The amenities and infrastructure are awesome and meet the international standards. Moste of the faculties are certified professionals. Dilsukhnagar Arena having a list of industry professionals of different world class studios as the visiting faculty. Dilsukhnagar Arena having well equipped digital library with thousands of title as reference books and study materials. Dilsukhnagar Arena students won so many AWARDS and their work had been appreciated widely in numerous prestigious film festivals, forums and academies. Alumni students spread across the globe working with reputed studios. Expert workshops, seminars and sessions on a regular basis to build bridge between learning and professional spaces. Recently they have launched B.Sc. Degree course in multimedia and animation. This is good opportunity-RajaSekhar Buggaveeti

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