See the festival’s site at http://www.dorkingfilmfestival.com/
We learned today that among the many awards that The Hunting of the Snark has won over the last eighteen months, was the Best Animated Narrative Feature at the California Online Viewers Choice Awards. we can only apologise for not recognising this award sooner, it has been a very busy year for the Snark,however we would like to say that we are very please with with the decision and would like to thank all those that voted for it.
We have now started making festival submissions for the short film Emily’s Journey,
Festivals that use FilmFreeway will already be able to access the project:
The digital version of the program for this year’s Tenebra Film Fest being held in Guadalajara is now available
hot on the trail of the Portsmouth film festival’s award, Saranne Bensusan‘s stop-motion adventure The Hunting of the Snark has been awarded Best Animated Feature by the Maverick Movie Awards. Our director, Saranne Bensusan, received two nominations for Best Director and Best Editing. There was a “Best Music” nomination for our composer, Guthrie Lowe, for his wonderful score. Last but by no means least, a Nomination for Special achievement in Art Direction & Set Design (Saranne Bensusan and Chris Wright)
The Film guide for the Portsmouth International Film Festival, where The Hunting of the Snark plays of Friday, is now available online. The Snark is nominated for two awards: “Best Animated Feature” and “Best Sound Design in an Animation” and will be playing on screen one at the University.
The Hunting of the Snark has been nominated in five categories by the Maverick Movie Awards, these are Best Animation,Best Director, Best Editing, Best Music and Special Achievement in Art Direction and Set Design, shared by Saranne Bensusan and Chris Wright.
The Screening of The Hunting of the Snark at the Portsmouth International Film Festival has been announced for Friday the 23rd of September and will take place on Screen one, which is located at The Eldon Building at The University of Portsmouth (PO1 2DJ). The Snark has been nominated in two categories, “Best animated feature” and “Sound Design in an Animation” and the screenings at the University are free for Students to attend.