Grand Prix for Best Film in Competition: Grace (USA) Lorelei Pepi
Emerging from darkness to startle us with a visceral dream of haunting corporeality, the film evokes elemental forces through subtle control of tone and technique.
Grand Prix for Best School in Competition: Royal College of Art, England
Director's Prize: Bermuda (Estonia) Ulo Pikkov
  For its compelling rhythmic score and narrative musical devices which aurally organize the film's complex narrative structure and propel this clever story of an ill-fated romantic triangle.
ASIFA-Canada Award for Best Canadian Student Animation Film: Via Wire (Canada) Cliff Kafai Mok; Emily Carr School of Art and Design
Best High School Film: Java Noir (USA) Raf Anzouin
  An impressive achievement in 3D computer animation, this cautionary tale of coffee obsession appropriates the grammar of film noir to high comic effect.
Best Undergraduate Film: Mister Smile (USA) Fran Krause
  For its offbeat and irreverent humor and satisfying our need to be FLOOVED.
Nelvana Award for Best Graduate Film: Passport (United Kingdom) Siri Melchior
The film's inventive use of light and shadow reflects a sensitive and empathetic insight into a child's shifting experience of exile.
Cartoon Network Award for Best First Film: Monster (Russia) Alexey Antonov
As if from within by a single bulb, this anarchic scribble, an exercise in pure animation, surprises and delights.
Teletoon Award for Best Film by a Child: Mari Lwyd (Wales) The Children Of Plas Newydd School, Maesteg
An astonishing collective effort by Welsh children with inventive assemblages of large scale objects, pixillation, and mixed media, this work transcends folklore with humour and cunning.
ASIFA-Canada Best Canadian Film: Little Milos (Canada) Jakub Pistecky
For brilliantly combining caricature, timing and design to tell a scary/funny tale of innocence and 'railroading' evil.
Alias Wavefront Award for Best Computer Film: The Littlest Robo (United Kingdom) Richard Kenworthy
Sensitively probing the relationship of father and son, this film uses a minimal palette and stylized animation to achieve strong emotional impact.
Chromacolour Award for Best Use of Colour: At The Drop Of A Hat (United Kingdom) Hotessa Laurence
For its stylish, painterly design and bold use of colour to define and establish space and inner perspective.
Special Jury Citation for Best Use of Sound: Bermuda (Estonia) Ulo Pikkov
Special Jury Citation for Best Film Design: The Double Invention In A Minor (Slovakia) Vladimir Kral
For its unique, stylized graphics, within a musical structure, lending a refreshing abstraction to a familiar fairy tale.
Special Jury Citation for Best Non-Narrative: Edgeways (USA) Sandra Gibson
For its direct manipulation of essential film elements of rhythm, form, and sound to forge a concrete kinetic tone poem.