Stick Man, Shaun the Sheep and Rastamouse in running for British Animation Awards

The finalists for this year’s British Animation Awards have been revealed.

Held every two years, the British Animation Awards reward the very best in British animation across a variety of categories. 

This year’s ceremony will be held at London’s BFI Southbank on March 10th, 2016. 

“We are incredibly excited to be putting on this wonderful celebration of British animation in the 20th year since the British Animation Awards began," said BAA director, Jayne Pilling.

"We’ve had some fantastic winners over the years but the calibre of this year’s finalists prove that the animation industry is in better health than ever!”

Animation students and fans will also have a chance to reward their favourite work in the Public Choice Awards for Favourite Short Film and Music Video and younger viewers will also have their say in the Children’s Choice Award, where a panel of young children will choose from the finalists in both the children’s categories. 

This year’s finalists are:

Best Long Form Animation

 Best Voice

Best Children’s Series and Children’s Choice Award

Best Pre-School Series

Best Music Video

Best Commissioned Animation: Promotional

Best Commissioned Animation: Documentary

Best Short Film

Best Animation in a Commercial

Best Film/TV Graphics

Best Use of Sound

Best Student Film: Undergraduate

Best Student Film: Undergraduate

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