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29/11/2002

Irish animated film wins BAFTA

The Irish animation 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight', a Moving Still production made in association with Vinegar Hill Productions for Channel 4 and S4C, won a prestigious BAFTA award at a ceremony in The Hilton Hotel in London recently.
Producer David Rane (Vinegar Hill Productions) and Tim Fernée (Moving Still Productions) were in London attending the 7th Children's BAFTA award ceremony and, against stiff opposition from some of the best of the UK animation industry, won the coveted award. In the animation category, they beat 'Angelina Ballerina', 'Bad Baby Amy' and 'The Cramp Twins'.
RTE have decided to acquire the film for a proposed Christmas screening.
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