The Amazing World Of Gumball Wins Three 2018 British Animation Awards

The Amazing World Of Gumball Wins Three 2018 British Animation Awards

The Amazing World Of Gumball Wins Three 2018 British Animation Awards

Last night (15th March) was the 2018 British Animation Awards (BAAs) at BFI (British Film Institute) Southbank in London and Cartoon Network’s animated comedy show – The Amazing World of Gumball won three awards, including “Best Children’s Series”, “Best Voice Performance” and also the “Children’s Choice” award. The British Animation Awards celebrates the very best of the British animation industry. The Amazing World of Gumball has won a total of 32 awards since premiering on Cartoon Network in 2011, the show is now in its sixth season and was Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe’s debut series. The show is produced at CN’s studio in London’s Shoreditch district.

The Amazing World of Gumball won the award for “Best Children’s Series” for the episode – “The Copycats”, in the episode, The Wattersons encounter a family that’s (almost) identical to theirs and they annoyingly mimic everything they do, the show also won the “Children’s Choice” award for the same episode.

The voice of Nicole Watterson – Teresa Gallagher has won the award for “Best Voice Performance” for her voice acting in The Amazing World of Gumball episode “The Choices”, in the episode, Nicole has a flashback to when she was younger and reflects on the decisions she has made in life, such as having a family with Richard, after looking at the other possible outcomes, she realises that she made the right decision after all.

Congratulations to show creator – Ben Bocquelet, series director – Mic Graves, voice actress – Teresa Gallagher and to the whole crew at Cartoon Network’s animation studio in London.

From The Turner UK Press Release: The Amazing World of Gumball Scoops Three British Animation Awards

Cartoon Network’s comedy show, The Amazing World of Gumball, picked up three awards last night at the British Animation Awards (BAAs), taking home ‘Best Children’s Series’, ‘Best Voice Performance’ for Teresa Gallagher’s work voicing the mother Nicole Watterson in the hit animation and the ‘Children’s Choice’ award.

The three BAA wins take the show’s tally up to a whopping 32 international awards since launch on Cartoon Network in 2011. The popular cartoon follows the misadventures of twelve-year-old Gumball and his unconventional family in the wonderful town of Elmore.

Pierre Branco, SVP Turner Northern Europe, says: “It is a great honour to see Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball recognised by the British Animation Awards. The show is homegrown in London and these awards are a huge testament to the creativity and passion of the team behind it, who make it the success it is today.”

Now in its sixth season, The Amazing World of Gumball is the debut series from the EMEA development studio based in London. The show is unique mixed media format; combining 2D and 3D animation with live action, creating a visually distinctive appeal.

Catch The Amazing World of Gumball every day at 8am and 5pm on Cartoon Network.

https://www.regularcapital.com/2018/01/cartoon-network-british-animation-awards-2018-nominations/

http://www.britishanimationawards.com/

A list of all the winners at this year’s British Animation Awards, can be viewed on Skwigly’s website on the link below:

http://www.skwigly.co.uk/jayne-pilling-steps-down-as-director-of-british-animation-awards-baa-winners-2018/

http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk/show/gumball

Cartoon Network British Animation Awards 2018 Nominations

Cartoon Network British Animation Awards 2018 Nominations

Cartoon Network British Animation Awards 2018 Nominations

Today (17/01/2017), the British Animation Awards has released their nominations list for this year’s awards, with Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball receiving two nominations and Boomerang’s The Happos Family also receiving one nomination. The British Animation Awards celebrates excellence in the British animation industry from over the past year, the awards not only put the production of the artwork under consideration but also other aspects of production including storywriting, voice acting and music.

The Amazing World of Gumball has been nominated for “Best Children’s Series”, specifically for the episode – “The Copycats”, in this episode, The Wattersons encounter a family that’s (almost) identical to theirs and they copy everything they do. In 2016, The Amazing World of Gumball won the Best Children’s Series award for the episode – “The Shell”. The voice of Nicole Watterson – Teresa Gallagher has been nominated for “Best Voice Performance” for her voice acting in The Amazing World of Gumball episode “The Choices”, in the episode, Nicole has a flashback to when she was a child to find out whether meeting her childhood sweetheart and marrying her future husband – Richard was the right choice. Despite living with a chaotic family, it actually turns out that she made the right decision after all.

Boomerang’s short form animated series – The Happos Family has been nominated for Best Short Form Original Content for the episode “Jet Pack”, the animated series is produced by Cornwall-based animation studio – Spider Eye.

The British Animation Awards is now in its 22nd year, this year’s awards will be held at BFI (British Film Institute) Southbank in London on 15th March.

The full nomination list for the 2018 British Animation Awards is published on Skwigly’s website, and can be accessed on the link below:

http://www.skwigly.co.uk/finalists-announced-2018-british-animation-awards/

http://www.britishanimationawards.com/

Cartoon Network Wins Three 2016 Childrens BAFTA Awards

Cartoon Network Wins Three 2016 Childrens BAFTA Awards

Cartoon Network Wins Three 2016 Childrens BAFTA Awards

Last night (20/11/2016) at the Roundhouse Theatre in London was the 2016 Children’s BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) awards and Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball won two awards; one for best British animated show and one for best children’s television show writing! Congratulations to Ben Bocquelet and to all of the production team that work on the show, including animators, writers, producers and voice actors. Cartoon Network UK lost out to CBeebies for best UK children’s channel, but congratulations for being nominated anyway.

We Bare Bears also won the award for best international children’s show, congratulations to Daniel Chong and his team at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Lego Dimensions won the award for best children’s video game and the special award was awarded to Peter Western known for his animation work on Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Warner Bros’s Space Jam and The Snowman and The Snowdog.

Congratulations to everyone who won a BAFTA award last night and to anyone who was nominated at this year’s Children’s BAFTA awards!

To see all of the 2016 BAFTA Children’s Awards nominations and winners, please click the link below:

http://awards.bafta.org/award/2016/childrens

Here’s a selection of tweets from The Amazing World of Gumball’s production and voice acting team when they found out that the show won two BAFTA’s:

Daniel Chong, the creator of We Bare Bears was extremely happy when he found out that the show won a BAFTA for best international kids show:

http://www.cartoonnetwork.co.uk