Here Are The Winners Of The 2012 Saxxys For Excellence In Team Fortress 2 Movie-Making

Two weeks ago Valve opened voting on the second annual Saxxy Awards, celebrating cinematography in Team Fortress 2 and the Source Filmmaker tool released earlier in the year. Last night, voting ended, and winners in four categories were crowned. You may see them here in this gallery.

The overall winner has not yet been named. It will be revealed, and shown, during the 2012 Video Game Awards on Spike TV on Dec. 7. For now, kick back and enjoy the winners from these four categories.

The Saxxy for Best Replay goes to "EPIC High Five Fail," by 1231231453123.

(See the other nominees for Best Replay.)

The Saxxy for Best Drama goes to "Bad Medicine," by Zachariah Scott.

(See the other nominees for Best Drama.)

The Saxxy for Best Action goes to "Meet the Dumpster Diver," by MrPopulus89.

(See the other nominees for Best Action.)

The Saxxy for Best Comedy goes to "The Wishmaker," by MaxOfS2D.

(See the other nominees for Best Comedy.)


Comments

    till death should have won best drama. :(

      Personally, I wanted Story of a Sentry to win, but either way I did not want Bad Medicine to win. While technically impressive, the tone of the film felt too incongruous with the overall tone implied by the aesthetic of Team Fortress 2.

      Also everyone on tumblr went on about "feels" regarding it and that always gets my goat.

      Last edited 02/12/12 10:34 pm

        "Everyone on tumblr went on about "feels" regarding it and that always gets my goat."

        "The tone of the film felt too incongruous with the overall tone implied by the aesthetic of Team Fortress 2."

        Hm.

          What are you saying?

          You do know that the concept of tone and mood, and "feels" (as it is used by tumblr fandoms) is a completely different thing right?

      "Till Death" was an awesome short with a good soundtrack. It would have been interesting to see how it would have compared to the 'Action' shorts - I think I preferred it to 'Meet the Dumpster Diver'.
      edit: And Till Death had its share of action: the scenes where the gang save the Soldier and the Engineer are the stuff to make Tarantino twitch an eyebrow or two.

      Last edited 03/12/12 8:59 pm

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