UTS Golden Eye Awards winners
Dylan Pope’s Meteor Marmalade took the prize for best film and video at the 13th UTS Golden Eye awards presented on Monday night.
The bi-annual awards showcase film, video, sound and new media work produced by the students of the UTS Media Arts & Production and Masters of Animation programs.
This year’s judges included Rosemary Blight, Keith Thompson, Dany Cooper, Steve Arnold, Antony Partos, Tom Zubricki, Megan Elliott, Tony Krawtiz and Susan Boehm.
Prizes and sponsorship worth more than $33,000 were presented to the winners in 18 categories. James Vaughan collected the directing and editing gong for You Like It, I Love It. Best script went to Desmond Hoo for Black Dog Seduce Me.
Here is the full list of winners:
Cinematography If I am Thinking I Exist Alyson Rothwell and Tom Westley
Screen Music Screen composed for Alice’s Trip Peewee Ferris
Production Design Entropy Diva Abrahamian
Script and Sound Design Black Dog Seduce Me Desmond Hoo for Script and Jon Zhuang for Sound Design
Animation Salarymen Michael Shiao Chen
Documentary Searching the Sargasso Sea Leah Thompson
Experimental Re-HEAR-se Emma Watkins
Individual New Media Aesop’s Current Affairs James Burrows
Best Collaborative New Media Not My Place Chantell Basiacik Jonathan Andrew, Alexandria Burnie, Jemma Nicoll
Stand Alone Sound Liseuese Karen E. Banks
Winner Daniel Sawicki Prize for Best New Media Talent In Her Footsteps Emily Berry, Laura Murray, Renee Petropoulos, Joanne Lowry
Lawrie Fitzgerald Prize One Equivalence Luke Bacon
Lawrie Fitzgerald Prize Two Around We Go Vedrana Music
Best Overall Film & Video Meteor Marmalade Dylan Pope