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International Audio Arts Festival

29th September - 1st October 2017

Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Ireland

HearSay

This prize was be awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury considered to be the outstanding student entry.

 

Drive Straight Ahead -- Mira Burt-Wintonick, Cristal        

                                            Duhaime & Jonathan Goldstein (Canada)

Mr. Fix-it -- Sophie Townsend (Australia)

(Best CREATE Entry in a Language other than English)

 

The HearSay Prize 2015 - Winners

(For work created especially for the HearSay Prize 2015)

CREATE  HearSay2015 GOLD

CELEBRATE HearSay2015 GOLD

Special Category Award Winners

(Best CELEBRATE Entry in a Language other than English)

This prize was awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury considered to make the most engaging portrait of a person, place, period or event. This could encompass a range of different formats, from narrative to non-narrative, field recordings to sound poetry, journalistic report to documentary.

Best Sound

Best Student - Produced

RTÉ Lyric FM Nova Radio Art

This prize was awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury considered to be the most outstanding and original radio art entry. What is radio art? For our purposes, this is a broad field where those who make artistic use of sound and radio can play, it's not the place for a journalistic piece or for a straightforward storytelling piece.

 

This prize was awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury considered to have the most compelling true narrative - a true story, well told. This could have been a piece of sound-rich reportage, a short documentary, a moment that captures a lifetime...it's got to be true, is all.

 

This prize was awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury considered to the be the outstanding Irish-produced entry.

 

This prize will be awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury consider makes the most outstanding & innovative use of sound.

 

Too late, too far -- Sam  Salem (UK)

The HearSay Prize in 2015 was made possible with support from our Prize Partners, RTÉ Documentary On One, Grey Heron Media, Hindenburg Systems & RTÉ Lyric FM's Nova. We really appreciate their backing in making this audio adventure possible. If you would like to be a prize partner for 2017, please get in touch!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The moment we've all been waiting for has arrived...

 

After hours and hours of anonymous listening to 150 entries from 23 countries, our wonderful (& hardworking) judges have had their final say....

 

The WINNERS of the HEARSAY PRIZE 2015 are as follows:

Mr Fix-it -- Sophie Townsend (Australia)

(For existing work/re-imagined work)

Anan -- Joaquin Cofreces (Argentina)

CREATE GanBéarla Award

CELEBRATE GanBéarla Award

I Am Analog -- Jonathan Zenti (Italy)

Anan -- Joaquin Cofreces (Argentina)

Best Portrait

Doc On One Best (true) Story

Changing My Mind - Kathrin's Story  -- Claire Crofton (UK)

refuse: military.01 -- Meira Asher (Israel)

Best Fiction

Best Irish-Produced

This prize was awarded to the entry which the HearSay2015 jury considered to have created the most engaging fictional world.

For Susie -- Mark O'Donnell (Ireland)

For Susie -- Mark O'Donnell (Ireland)

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