2022 ScreenCraft Animation Competition Winners
We are thrilled to announce the Winners of the 2022 ScreenCraft Animation Competition. These exceptional animation projects were selected from almost 1,400 submissions. Congratulations to all of our winners!
Grand Prize Winner
The Craftsman by Harron Atkins
Raz’s life is upended when his estranged father shows up with a request: help him rescue Raz’s kidnapped twin sister before a power-hungry tech tycoon can use her magic for his own sinister plans.
During a routine rescue mission to save a group of pennies stuck to train tracks, two quarters - George and his best friend, Flanagan - make a fatal mistake. Three years later, George must forgive himself and learn to shine again to protect his own family when a new enemy puts their circulation at risk.
Heirheads by Kayla Baken
Heirheads follows the misadventures of a dutiful medieval princess – caught up in a lifelong feud between king brothers who both need her to produce an heir – and the mediocre witch she unknowingly summons.
Little Tommy's Dance by Zachary Jones
A young boy is finally allowed to connect with his passion for dance after years of being forced into sports when a magical orb grants him his wish.
Add-on Partner Prize Winners
Dinah by Brandon Feldman, Ben Agron
Cryptozoology by Rick Mitchell, Matt Quinn
We would also like to acknowledge the following projects as Honorable Mentions:
Anomaly by Daniel Parra
Blob by Summer Benowitz
We would like to thank again our incredible industry jury: Justin Littman (Manager, Gotham Group), Sam Hoffman (Creative Executive, Fuzzy Door), Mitchell Bendersky (Manager, Gramercy Park Entertainment), Nadya Panfilov (Coordinator, Writ Large), Edward Mejia (Exec. Director of Current Series, Disney TV Animation), and screenwriters Lauren Hynek & Elizabeth Martin (MULAN).
Congratulations again to these writers, and thank you to everyone who submitted projects. If you’d like to receive a notification when this contest re-opens for entries, you can subscribe for updates via Coverfly here.