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Vimeo Awards voting opens

Advertising, Digital, Graphic Design, Music Video / Film

Posted by Creative Review, 17 April 2012, 16:36    Permalink    Comments (5)

The shortlists for this year's Vimeo Awards have been announced with public voting now open. The winners of each category receive a grant of $5,000.

The Vimeo Awards apparently had 15,000 entries from 147 countries this year, according to the organisers. A judging panel will decide the winners but with input from a public vote which is open until April 30.

Categories include Motion Graphics (for which Koji Aramaki created Wave Reflection, below and still shown top), Advertising, Experimental, Animation and Music Videos.


There will also be three honorary awards: the
 Social Change Award, for a project that has used online video for social impact; the
 Digital Maverick Award, for someone who has 'changed the landscape of online video'; and the
 New Creator Award, given to 'the newcomer who impressed us most during the past 18 months'.

See all the shortlisted films here

 

5 Comments

Lovely audio visual piece.
Explainer Guy
2012-04-23 10:29:48


Its a nice video of digital Maverick Award I saw also the shortlist films.Nice one!!
Geld verdienen im Internet
2012-05-14 13:14:12


These 2-dimensional films always remind me to the abtract films of Oskar Fischinger 100 years ago, even if this one is a very nice further development, visually and auditory.
Martins Architektur Fotografie
2012-05-31 21:50:56


Nice audio and visual compositions. I like it.
Martin
2012-10-02 14:11:36


This visual video is nice. But some of your shortlisted videos are super. I gave some nice for Earth and for A short story for Tomorrow. Thank You
Amy Geldverdienen
2013-01-02 02:26:59


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