Pin another award on Don Hertzfeldt’s heavily decorated sci-fi short, which cruised into Switzerland’s largest animated film festival and came out a winner for best film in international competition.

Hertzfeldt’s film has been a hit on the 2015 festival circuit, winning prizes at major gatherings including Sundance, Annecy, Zagreb, and SXSW.

In Swiss competition, Georges Schwizgebel’s Erlkönig triumphed as best Swiss film, while also winning for best visual in international competition. Carlos Lascano’s Lila spirited away the prize for best kids film.

A complete list of winners from the 13th edition of the Baden-based animation festival can be found below:

AWARDS INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

Best Film
World of Tomorrow
Don Hertzfeldt (US)

High Risk
Endgame
Phil Mulloy (Great Britain)

New Talent
The Pride of Strathmoor
Einar Baldvin (US)

Best Sound
Rhizome
Boris Labbé (France)

Best Visual
Erlkönig
Georges Schwizgebel (Switzerland)

Audience Award
Changeover
Mehdi Alibeygi (Iran)

Special Mention
Lesley the Pony Has an A+ Day!
Christian Larrave (US)

Baden Speedwell
Tik Tak
Ülo Pikkov (Estonia)

AWARDS SWISS COMPETITION

Best Swiss
Erlkönig
Georges Schwizgebel (Switzerland)

High Swiss Risk
Ivan’s Need
Veronika Montano, Manuela Leuenberger, Lukas Suter (Switzerland)

Special Mention
Ruben Leaves
Frederic Siegel (Switzerland)

Audience Award
D’ombres et d’ailes
Elice Meng, Eleonora Marinoni (Switzerland/France)

AWARDS BEST KIDS

Best Kids
Lila
Carlos Lascano (Argentina/Spain)

Children’s Public Award
Johnny Express
Kyungmin Woo (Korea)

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