Press Release: Friday, 9 January 2004
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Announcing the 2nd Annual International 3D Awards
The 3D industry’s largest awards returns, bigger and better than ever before!

The International 3D Awards returns for its second year, with the ceremony to be held on 5 May 2004 at the 3D Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. The 2nd Annual International 3D Awards is now calling for entries.

Awards will be given in the following categories:
- Feature Film Visual Effects
- Animated Feature Film
- Television Visual Effects
- Commercials
- Music Videos
- Short Films
- Logos and Idents
- 3D Game of the Year
- Game Cinematics (non-interactive)
- Technological Innovation
- Design Visualization / Industrial Design
- Architectural Visualization (Animation)
- Architectural Visualization (Still)
- Student 3D Animation
- 3D Art (Still)

There is no entry fee, and no limit to entering works for consideration. Interested participants can view all details of entry at www.3dawards.org/2004/entry

The inaugural 3D Awards held in May 2003 were a major success, attracting over 700 entries across fifteen categories and covered by worldwide media outlets. Sponsored by NVIDIA, HP and Alias, the 1st Annual International 3D Awards fulfilled its goal to represent and celebrate the achievements of the 3D industry. A full report of the 1st Annual International 3D Awards including nominees and winners can be found at www.3dawards.org/2003

About the 3D Awards
The International 3D Awards recognizes excellence in the field of 3D design, animation, games, architectural visualization and digital visual effects. The annual 3D Awards ceremony is held during the 3D Festival events in Copenhagen, Denmark and is covered by media outlets worldwide. The International 3D Awards is administered by Ballistic Media, based in Australia.

Press/Media Contact
3D Awards Publicity Department
Email: publicity@3dawards.org
Ph: +61 8 8388 5966

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