The official selection.
The results of the Competition.
In the space of 15 years, the "Prix Pixel-INA" awards have become a touchstone of the state of the art and of worldwide production in computer graphics and special effects.
The productions are presented to the public in selected categories over the course of the first two evenings. This Official Selection is assembled by a specialized jury, composed as follows:
The Official Selection of the Prix Pixel-INA will be presented to the public on the evenings of January 31st, February 1st 2000 in Monaco. The public is invited to vote for the Prix Pixel-INA in each category. The Award Ceremony will take place on February 2nd during the final Imagina Evening.
An endowment of FF 30,000 will be granted to the "Prix Pixel-INA" winner in the "Schools & Universities" category. This endowment has been created by friends and relatives of Alain Guiot, the founder of Videosystem and Medialab, to continue his efforts to support young people committing themselves to new fields of activity with a rich future.
The jury can also award the following "Prix Pixel-INA":
This prize, awarded by a jury of network and on-line computer graphics specialists, is for the European Web Site with the most innovative graphics and imaging.
This prize is awarded for an innovative work in terms of narration, creation and production.
This prize is awarded to a French computer graphics artist for a highly personal creation.
This prize is awarded to a student artist.
IMAGINA is collaborating this year with the Festival International du Film de l'Internet (FIFI). The IMAGINA/FIFI is awarded to the best work of animation created for the Internet. The online voting for the IMAGINA/FIFI award will take place from January 15th to January 30th, 2000 on the following Web site: http://www.internet-film.org/
This prize, awarded by a jury of network and on-line computer graphics specialists, is for the Web site with the most innovative graphics and imaging.
A programme of selected stereoscopic computer graphics films will be shown to the Imagina audience. A Video room will be used exclusively for these 3-D Relief projections.
Prizes are awarded to six artists under 35 years of age, having produced an animated or still production on the theme of Love.
Concerning the 3-D Relief category: for this first year, all productions made in relief will be accepted for the competition, regardless of the year of production.
The projection room will be equipped with two complementary video projectors, used in conjunction with a right eye/left eye passive orthogonal polarization system.