‘Klaus,’ ‘Tein and the Guardians of the Amazon’ Top 3rd Quirino Award – Variety3 min read
Sergio Pablos ’‘ Klaus ’set off with the best feature at Saturday’s third Quirino Awards, the first hobby in Netflix’s production of the first animated feature, celebrating outstanding animation from Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
The first feature as director of Sergio Pablos, “Disposable Me,” the co-creator of “Klaus” has already proved to be an Oscar nominee as well as a big winner at this year’s Annie Awards.
Produced by Netflix with Pablo’s Madrid-based SPA Studios and Atresmedia Cinema, “Klaus” snatched the award for best animation design in Quirinos – acknowledging the daring production of conventional 2D, but using space to illuminate and back the characters. As part of storytelling when painting for visual language.
Pluditt, the best-known TV series at the Quirino Awards, went to much lesser-known titles, co-produced by the Brazilian CG-Pre-School hit “Tenny and the Guardians of the Amazon,” synchronized, hype animation and Nickelodeon, and directed by Andre Forni (). Netflix recently acquired the rights to “Tein” for Latin America.
The Colombian stop-motion title “The Quebecbird” is best suited. Directed by Jor আলs Alberto Vega, written by Marcos Mass and adapted from La Valiante Estudio and Syntadhesiva Communications “Cubicbird”, a novel of the same title about a caged mass of mass that came out to gain his independence. The title was also awarded at the Bogoshorts event in Bogot last year.
Two Portuguese productions, Joe Gonzalez’s “Nestor” and Bruno Catano’s “Mr. Jay’s Bizarre Crime” have also won several awards.
Gonzalez’s first-year film at the Royal College of Art in the United States, “Nestor,” wrote the best student short Gonzalez keyword, played by cello player Miguel Tixira. Ed Rousseau oversaw the mix of words.
The short “weird crime” took the award for best visual development. A co-production between Portugal’s Cola-Collective Audiovisual and France’s Wild Flow, the title mixes stop-motion with other techniques.
Early in the Quirino Awards, their organizers staged online panels and discussed “Women in Ibro-American Animation”, “Applying New Technologies for Animation Production,” and “Sustainability in Animation”.
Supported by the Institute of Foreign Trade of Spain (ICEX), Animation, Quirinos also organized a co-production and business forum with 700 T-B meetings to increase the strategic internal investment of the Spanish umbrella and public-sector entities of the Prexa-Canary Islands. According to the organizers, professionals from 19 countries.
“The forum is a key part of the Quirino Awards and has helped keep industrial engines running, with buying and selling materials continuing,” Quirino Awards promoter Jose Luis Farris said. Diversity.
Winners of the 2020 Ibero-American Quirino Awards
The best feature
“Klaus,” (Sergio Pablos, Spain)
“Guardians of Tein and Amazon,” (Andre Forni, Brazil)
The best short film
“Quebecbird,” (Jorge Alberto Vega, Colombia)
Best student short film
“Nestor,” (Joao Gonzalez, Portugal, USA)
Best Commission Film
“Fellow ?,” (Dalmiro Bugis, Martin Dasnoy, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay)
Animation for video games
“Greece,” (Conrad Rosette, Spain)
The best visual development
“Mr. J’s Strange Crime,” (Portugal, France)
Best animation design
Sound design and original music
“Nestor,” (Portugal, USA)