Remembering the 7th Annual Creative Arts Awards Ceremony
Advanced Imaging Society once again held a new ceremony, this time celebrating the 7th annual award for the most outstanding television and film productions in the creative arts. Here we bring you some of the productions that were awarded during that year:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
The new Star Wars movie in 2016 was one of the most awarded films of the night receiving 2 recognitions as Best 3D Live Action Feature and Best 2D to 3D Conversion under the production of Disney and Lucasfilm.
The producer 20th Century Fox with the film The Martian was also one of the most awarded of the ceremony, taking two awards as Best Live Action Stereography and Best Use of 3D Native.
Many foreign productions also received their recognitions. The British biographical series of Sir David Attenborough produced by Colossus Productions, also took a statuette as “Best Documentary in 3D”.
Sir David Attenborough also received another award for “Great Barrier Reef” as “Best Ultra HD”, produced by Atlantic Productions.
Another one was the Russian commercial “Schvabe” produced by StereoTec, who won Best 3D advertising. While “Hard Reset” produced by Buk Films won for “Best Live Action Short”.
It was awarded not only by the Oscars during that year, but also took a Lumiere statuette at the Creative Arts Awards as “Best Animated 3D Movie” and “Best Animated Stereography”.
Harold Lloyd Award
The Harold Lloyd Award is one of the most honorary awards given in the Creative Arts, and during the 7th edition was received by Victoria Alonso, who’s part of the Marvel team as executive producer in charge of the Physical Production Unit of the Studio, her excellent work with the Marvel movies that were released during the year.
Others films and series were awarded by the Advanced Imaging Society at the Creative Arts Awards in their 7th edition too, who stood out the most in the area of art, design and 3D technology.