Jerzy Kucia received two prestigious Gold Panda award at the 13th edition of Sichuan TV Festival. His "Fugue for cello trumpet and landscape" was nominated in three categories.

Following the jury's decision that was to decide over this years winners two Gold Panda awards went to Jerzy Kucia's latest film. "Fugue for cello, trumpet and landscape" received the award for the Best International Animated Film and the Best Visual Effects award. The film by Jerzy Kucia is a meditative story, made in the poetic film form based on relation between image and music. The film presents the process of searching for the specificity of a landscape and releasing human emotions by recalling events which took place in the landscape depicted here.

It is worth adding that another Polish nominee was "It's quite true" by Joanna Jasińska-Koronkiewicz that was nominated for the award in Special Jury Award category. 

The Gold Panda awards are granted every two years since 1991 at the Sichuan TV Festival. This year, in the animated film category, the organisers received 404 films from 42 countries. The closing gala was held on November 4th.

The list of this year's nominees in the animation category can be found here