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Sunday, 5 August 2012
MachinimUWA V Results
The votes have been counted and the results are in....
For the third time in a row, Tutsy Navarathna wins the prestigious MachinimUWA contest - this time for his beautifully moving 'The Last Syllable of Record Time'.
'The Last Syllable' is arguably Tutsy's finest machinima to date - it is a brilliant synthesis of sound and vision; the colour palette of a true artist.
Congratulations on this marvellous achievement!
Additionally, Tutsy was also awarded the 'CinemaPop Award of Excellence in Film Direction' and Violette Naidoo's poster for 'The Last Syllable' (pictured above) took 1st place in the UWA Machinima Poster Contest.
I am pleased to say that these three films are those I highlighted only yesterday as standing out for me and which I felt would win an award. Now, why oh why didn't I enter the Audience Participation again this year!
For myself, I was pleased to have been awarded a 'CinemaPop Award of Excellence in Film Narrative 2012'.
For a complete list of the MachinimUWA winners, visit the UWA site (link not available at time of this writing).
Congrats to all winners and thanks to UWA for staging the contest.
Here are a collection of pics I took at the Award Ceremony...