Neck and Neck wins British Animation Award

We are pleased to announce that “Neck and Neck” has won the award for Best use of sound at the British Animation Award.

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The best use of sound category featured:-

Ethel & Ernest 
Sound: Adrian Rhodes
Music: Carl Davis with an original song by Sir Paul McCartney
Produced by Lupus Films in association with Ethel & Ernest Productions, Mélusine Productions and Cloth Cat Animation. Supported by the BFI, BBC, Film Fund Luxembourg, UPHE Content Group, Ffilm Cymru Wales and the Welsh Government.

Neck and Neck
Sound: David Pringle
Music: Alex Harwood
Produced by MewLab

Thunderbirds Are Go: ‘Volcano!’
Music: Ben and Nick Foster
Sound: Nigel Heath and Alex Gibson, Hackenbacker & Dave Peacock, Peacock Sound
Produced by ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures for CITV

BAA Director, Jayne Pilling says: “Once again the standard of entries for the British Animation Awards has been incredibly high and gave the various category judging panels a real headache. It’s great to see such an eclectic mix of animations winning, which showcases the amazing depth of creativity and innovation in the British animation industry.”
Held every two years, the British Animation Awards (BAAs) reward the very best new and established British animators across a variety of categories including short films, animated graphics for film and television, children’s series, music videos and commercials.  The awards themselves (the BAAs) are unique artworks, featuring sheep, created especially for the occasion by a range of leading international and UK animation artists: a measure of the world-wide respect felt for British animation.

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