Friday, 11 February 2022

"Artifact" Wins Best Sci-Fi at Art Film Awards

"Artifact" wins Best Sci-Fi
Congratulations to BNU animation student Kristis Bandzevicius whose animated short "Artifact" has won Best Sci-Fi film at the Art Film Awards.

"Artifact" is a new short film created by BNU animation student Kristis Bandzevicius.  

"Artifact" was written, produced and directed by Kristis, currently studying for his MA in 3D Animation at Bucks.  

You can watch Artifact below. 


Inspiration for "Artifact"
Inspired by the immersive, dark and gloomy atmosphere of video games such as "Inside", director Kristis Bandzevicius wanted to tell a story "based on surroundings rather than using dialogue", a simple tale of "a lonely robot in a desolate world, searching for any signs of life."

"Artifact" was created as part of the final module of the Master's Degree in 3D Animation at BNU, Module DA704, which involves the creation of a final project and demo reel

Artifact at IMDB
You can find "Artifact" at the IMDB.

Festival Success
This is the second award for Artifact, which has already won Best Micro Short at the Vesuvius Film Festival. 

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