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On May 30 the awards ceremony of specialized animation and licensing industry awards took place at Multimir Festival in Moscow.

31.05.2018

 Among the nominees were animated feature films and serieses produced in Russia, or localized for the Russian market foreign productions, released in theatres or broadcasted in Russia from January 1, 2017, and licensed products.

 


Riki Group's team has received five "Multimir" awards: 

  1.  PINCODE - Best Russian animated TV series according to the audience vote;

  2.  Kikoriki. DejaVu - Best Russian animated feature film according to the audience vote;

  3.  Konstantin Khabensky, BabyRiki - Best voice of the Russian animated films according to both the jury and the audience vote;

  4.  Nolik - Best male character of the Russian animated films according to the jury vote;

  5.  Kikoriki branded hoverboard with protective accessories - Best licensed product of the Russian animation industry according to the jury and the audience vote.

 

The winner are selected by members of the professional jury represented by the experts in animation and children consumer products industry, as well as the audience, who vote in nine nominations, including best animated TV series, best animated feature film, best character of Russian and foreign film, and the best song.  

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