The Grand Prize for Feature Films went to Louise En Hiver (Official English title Louise By The Shore,) from director Jean-François Laguionie. This was the second grand prize for Laguionie, with his previous win being back in 1982. Louise En Hiver is a beautiful looking French animation that follows an elderly woman living alone in a seaside town. The film was also a selection at this year's Annecy.
The Nelvana Grand Prize for Independent Short went to J'aime Les Filles (I Like Girls) from director Diane Obomsawin, which comprises a series of vignettes featuring women discovering lesbian desire for the first time.
The other winners were:
- Cartoon Network Award For Best Narrative Short Animation: Blind Vaysha (Director: Theodore Ushev).
- Best Experimental or Abstract Animation: Datum Point (Director: Ryo Orikasa)
- Best Undergraduate Animation: Foreign Body (Director: Marta Magnuska)
- Walt Disney Animation Award For Best Graduate Animation: Frankfurter Str. 99 (Director: Evgenia Gostrer)
- Award For Best Commissioned Animation: HONDA- Paper (PES)
- Award For Best Short Made For Young Audiences: Three Little Ninjas Delivery Service (Directors: Karim Rhellam & Kim Claeys)
- Award For Best animated Series Made For Young Audiences: Shaun The Sheep- The Farmer's Llamas (Director Jay Grace)
- Best Script: Fired On Mars ( Nick Vokey and Nate Sherman)
- Best Design: The Absence Of Eddy Table (Rune Spaans)
- Best Animation Technique: Velodrool (Sander Joon)
- Best Sound: Squame (Nicolas Brault)