The National Film Board of Canada Grand Prize: Dog (United Kingdom) Suzie Templeton; Royal College of Art
We are impressed by its ability to transcend the limitations of its materials and in doing so, create a film with the depth of feeling and intense emotional power. It was simply the most passionate film in the festival.
Grand Prize Runner Up: Sub (USA) Jessie Schmal; Rhode Island School of Design
  Sub is awarded second prize for its inventiveness, its dynamic editing, its continual narrative surprises, but most of all for its subversive humour.
Grand Prize for Best School: Royal College of Art, England
ASIFA-Canada Award for Best Canadian Student Animation Film: Via Wire (Canada) Cliff Kafai Mok; Emily Carr School of Art and Design
Best First Professional Film: 1st Prize: The Headless Horseman (Estonia) Ülo Pikkov; Eesti Joonisfilm Studio
  For its irreverent pleasure in the absurd and its visual accomplishment and originality.
  2nd Prize: Pizza Passionata (Finland) Kari Juusonen; Kinoproduction Oy
The Klasky-Csupo Award for Best Graduate Film: 1st Prize: Me, The Other (United Kingdom) Marie Paccou; Royal College of Art
  For its sensitive, heart-felt and beautifully filmed exploration of the loss of innocence.
  2nd Prize: Les Chasseurs de Poissons (France) Rosana Romina Liera; La Poudrière
  3rd Prize: Papa Trompet (Belgium) Evelyn Verschoore; KASK Hogeschool Gent
Best Undergraduate Film: 1st Prize: Geraldine (France) Arthur de Pins; ENSAD
  The best undergraduate film prizes goes to Geraldine for the originality of its concept. It was both thoughtful and highly entertaining.
  2nd Prize: Tongues and Taxis (USA) Michael Overbeck; Rhode Island School of Design
  3rd Prize: Melusin (France) Anne Larricq; La Poudrière
Best High School Film: 1st Prize: Aliens? (USA) Joshua Muntain; Capital Children's Museum
  Aliens is awarded the best High School film because it has convinced us that there is life on other planets. It made us laugh and we all really like monsters.
  2nd Prize: Earth (Wales) Aron Evans & Chris Elliott; Cinetig
Best Children's Film: 1st Prize: Mission Unmöglich 1,2, 3 (Germany) Malte Pätz; Institut Für Neue Medien Rostock
  The Mission Impossible series was awarded best children's film because it was simple but very funny. We would like to encourage all the young filmmakers to continue making films.
  2nd Prize: Let's Go Ice Skating (USA) Gloria & Rebekah So; GAVA/GATE
  3rd Prize: Chain Reaction (USA) Anton Fleissner; GAVA/GATE