The 12th VIS Vienna Independent Shorts ended yesterday, and they awarded the outstanding short films, with the total of 20.000 Euro. Here are the winners:

World of Tomorrow, by Don Hertzfeldt

VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best Austrian Film „Of Stains, Scrap & Tires“ – Sebastian Brameshuber – € 5.000

VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best International Fiction/Documentary Film „De Schnuuf“ – Fabian Kaiser – € 4.000

ASIFA AUSTRIA AWARD – Animation Avantgarde „Moon Blink“ – Rainer Kohlberger – € 2.000

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE STIPEND 2015 – Animation Avantgarde „Fruit Fruit“ – Peter Millard – € 1.050

VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best Austrian Newcomer „List do Polski“ – Jola Wieczorek – von € 1.000

VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Youth Jury Prize – Best Austrian Film „Pitter Patter goes my Heart“ – Christoph Rainer – € 1.000 post production voucher

VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best Female Director „Washingtonia“ – Konstantina Kotzamani – € 1.000

VIENNA SHORT FILM AWARD 2015 – Best Austrian Music Video „Tristes Déserts – A robots tale (Marc-Antoine Charpentier & Austrian Apparel)“ – Stephanie Winter – € 1.000

VIS AUDIENCE AWARD 2015 – Best Austrian Film „Beingwhale“ – Christoph Schwarz & Zeno van Duesenberg – € 500

VIS AUDIENCE AWARD 2015 – Best International Fiction/Documentary Film „Shipwreck“ – Morgan Knibbe – € 500

VIS AUDIENCE AWARD 2015 – Animation Avantgarde „World of Tomorrow“ – Don Hertzfeldt – € 500

VIS AUDIENCE AWARD 2015 – Best International Music Video „Never Catch Me – Flying Lotus“ – Hiro Murai – € 500

VIS AUDIENCE AWARD 2015 – Prix Très chic pour le film le plus extraordinaire „Summer in Wien – Ernst Palicek (prod. By 08)“ – Marcello David and Ernst Palicek

NIGHT OF THE LIGHT 2015 – Jurypreis „Mafi Kharaba“ – Nicola von Leffern and Jakob Carl Sauer – € 2.000

 

Text, photos and logo from the official website of Vienna Shorts.