"Hannibelle" Wins "Best No Budget" Film at DSFF

"Hannibelle" Wins "Best No Budget" Film at DSFF
"Best No Budget" Film at DSFF
Congratulations to the makers of Hannibelle, the short animated teaser/trailer created by our second year animation students at Escape Studios, which has won "Best No Budget" film at the DSFF.

Written and Directed by Alex Maynard and produced by Ben Swallow,  "Hannibelle" tells the story of a fairytale princess - who is not everything she appears.  

This is the latest of many festival awards for "Hannibelle".

Second Year Undergraduate Studio Module 
Who's coming for dinner?
"Hannibelle" was completed as part of Studio Module PR5001, a collaborative module in which second-year animation students work together on short film projects, simulating as closely as possible the workings of a real animation studio.  

Hannibelle was by directed by Alex Maynard and produced by Ben Swallow

"Hannibelle"
Hannibelle" tells the story of a fairytale princess - one who is not everything she seems. 



Hannibelle won Best Trailer at the Onyko Film Awards
Hannibelle Credits

Director Alex Maynard
Official Blog
You can find out more about "Hannibelle" at the official blog.

Festival Success

The Rookies
You can find Hannibelle at The Rookies here

Thanks to our Industry Friends
Max Howard
Many thanks to our industry friends for their feedback and support.  Film producer and Disney veteran Max Howard and Talent Recruiter Shelley Page from Locksmith both provided invaluable critique and support throughout the project.  Jakob Parsons also provided assistance with sound design. 

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