Winners List of International Competition
at 2010 Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival

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Winners List of International Competition
at 2010 Taiwan International Children’s Film Festival

Best Fiction
The Magic Tree
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-1-tree.html
Jury’s Comments
A refreshing way to tell the importance of family. A fantastic on-screen journey full of creativities and imaginations!

Best Animation
Nicolas & Guillemette
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-2-Nicolas.html
Jury’s Comments
In this film, traditional artistic animation quality meets new 3D technology, in a simple poetic story all children will understand.

Best Documentary
How I Am
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-3-how.html
Jury’s Comments
Though we lack communication, we now observe him quietly. We see him, we transform into him, and we understand him.

Best TV Program
The Yellow House - The Flower Queen
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-4-queen.html
Jury’s Comments
A preschoolers’ program full of colors, fun, music and imagination. It is a model for a small theme made big.

Best Taiwan Film
My Space Grandma
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-5-space.html
Jury’s Comments
Death is what children want to know the most, and what adults have the most difficulty explaining. This film tackles the issue with children’s endless creativity and with humor.

Best Taiwan TV Program
Olympig - Summer Night Adventure
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-6-olympig.html
Jury’s Comments
In this nature exploration, children are the focus, while adults share only their experience and knowledge. It’s candid and engaging.

Best Taiwan Kids Production
After-School Hours in the Village
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-7-village.html
Jury’s Comments
Engaging and lively Taiwanese narration encourages us to think hard about what children’s actual needs.

Special Jury Award
KJ: Music and Life
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-3-music.html
Jury’s Comments
Using a musical prodigy as a subject, the film reveals the inner conflicts between individuals and families, society, religion, life and death. It isn’t only emotionally dramatic, it also makes one ponder.

Audience Award
The Magic Tree
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film2-1-tree.html

Student Jury Award
Tree, No. 73
http://www.ticff.org.tw/film3-6b-tree.html