British Animation Awards nomination for Westminster Animation student
Art and Design 11 February 2014
The biennial British Animation Awards (BAA) will be presented on 7 March at the British Film Institute at Southbank.
The Student Excellence category was introduced this year and stands in addition to the existing Best Student Film category, for which 'Gutenberg' was also shortlisted.
Course leader Stephen Ryley said: “Westminster is proud to announce that 'Gutenberg' has been chosen as a finalist at the final jury session. We wish Amelie the best of luck.”
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