Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Wins Awards At 2018 FICCI Frames Animation Awards

Cartoon Network India Wins Awards At 2018 FICCI Frames Animation Awards

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific Wins Awards At 2018 FICCI Frames Animation Awards

Yesterday (7th March) was the opening day of the FICCI Frames Media and Entertainment convention in Mumbai, India and Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific has walked away with two Best Animated Frames (BAF) awards. Cartoon Network India’s short-form animated series – Lamput won an award in the Best Indian-produced Animated Episode category and Roll No. 21 also won an award in the Best Indian-produced animated film category for the movie – “Kris Aur Ulta Pulta Time”.

The new show – Andy Pirki which airs on Cartoon Network India’s sister channel – Pogo was nominated in the Best Indian-produced Promo Film category, Cartoon Network Australia’s short-form animated series – Bill and Tony was also nominated in the Best International Animated Episode category, for the episode entitled “Spicy”. “Roll No. 21: Kris Aur Ulta Pulta” Time was nominated in the Best International Animated Film category.

This is also the forth consecutive year where Turner Asia-Pacific’s original content has won awards at FICCI Frames, last year at the convention, Lamput won the Best Animated Case Study award. In 2016, Cartoon Network won Best Animated Film for “Roll No.21 – Kris in Bollywood”, and also for Best Animated Film for “Roll No. 21 – Ticket to Australia” in 2015.

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Cartoon Network Scores Wins At FICCI Animation Awards

Cartoon Network, Turner’s leading kids’ entertainment channel, won two awards last night at “FICCI Frames – Best Animated Frames (BAF) Awards 2018” in Mumbai, India. BAF recognises excellence in animation, visual effects and gaming and are considered as the most prestigious recognition for creative talent in this field.

Cartoon Network walked away with an award for Lamput in the best animated episode (Indian) category and for Roll No. 21 – Kris Aur Ulta Pulta Time’ in the best animated film (Indian) category.

Turner was also nominated in a diverse set of categories at FICCI this year with Andy Pirki for the Promo Film (Indian) category, Bill and Tony – Spicy in the Animated Episode (International) selection and Roll No. 21 – Kris Aur Ulta Pulta Time again for Animated Film (International).

This is fourth year in a row that Turner original content has won at FICCI Frames. Cartoon Network’s short series Lamput also won the prestigious critics’ choice award as the best case study in the Animated Frames category in 2017.

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Cartoon Network won Best Animated Film for its Roll No. 21 – Kris in Bollywood in 2016 and Best Animated Film for Roll No. 21 – Ticket to Australia the year before.

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Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific’s Lamput Wins FICCI Frames 2017 Award

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific's Lamput Wins FICCI Frames 2017 Award

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific’s Lamput Wins FICCI Frames 2017 Award

Cartoon Network Asia-Pacific’s animated short series – Lamput, has won the Best Case Study Award at FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry) Frames 2017, the entertainment and media convention was held in Mumbai, India on 21st to 23rd March. The animated short series follows Lamput, a gooey orange nutcase that escaped from a secret laboratory. Two scientists, Fat Doc and Slim Doc try to capture Lamput, but for the scientists, catching Lamput is no easy job, he’s a master of disguise and shapeshifting. The animated short series received praise because of the show’s story writing and for its humour.

Lamput is created by Mumbai-based Vaibhav Studios and has been featured on-air, online and on-app since 2016 in Asia Pacific on Cartoon Network and POGO, and worldwide on Boomerang, the animated shorts were also uploaded on other localised Cartoon Network YouTube channels, including Spain, Portugal and Turkey. Vaibhav Kumaresh (Creator of Lamput and Director) and Anand Babu (Pre-Production Artist) from Vaibhav Studios will also be guest speaking at the Cartoon Network Imagination Studios event in Singapore on 21st April.

Previously, Cartoon Network also won Best Animated Film for its Roll No.21: Kris in Bollywood at FICCI Frames 2016 and also Best Animated Film for Roll No.21: Ticket to Australia the year before.

Lamput was greenlit by Turner Asia-Pacific’s virtual studio, a network of artists, animators, writers and studios across Asia and Oceania.

From The Turner Asia-Pacific Press Release: Turner’s Short Series “Lamput” Wins Big At FICCI: The prestigious critics’ choice award selected the short as the best case study in the Animated Frames category

Turner has won critical acclaim for Lamput at FICCI Frames 2017 as the Best Case Study in the Animated Frames category.

The original series, which features a gooey orange nutcase that outwits a pair of hapless doctors, has received praise for its ability to tell multiple stories and inspire laughter.

Lamput is created by Mumbai-based Vaibhav Studios and has been on-air, online and on-app since 2016 in Asia Pacific on Cartoon Network and POGO, and worldwide on Boomerang, Turner’s second flagship kids channel.

Mark Eyers, Chief Content Officer for Turner’s Kids Networks in Asia Pacific, commented:

“We couldn’t be happier for this little orange character who has truly sparked to life over the last year to delight kids everywhere. This award demonstrates the depth of talent in India and how a simple idea can be transformed into something shown on screens around the world.”

This is three years in a row that Turner original content has been shortlisted at FICCI Frames. Cartoon Network won Best Animated Film for Roll No. 21 – Kris in Bollywood in 2016 and Best Animated Film for Roll No. 21 – Ticket to Australia the year before.

Lamput was greenlit by Turner Asia Pacific’s virtual studio as part of Cartoon Network’s shorts programme, which connects artists, animators, writers and studios from around the region.

Delve into the world of Lamput and his escapades here: https://youtu.be/onYw0POzs5s.