→ The Black Horse of Film: a Jury composed of Łukasz Barczyk (Poland), Amélie van Elmbt (Belgium), Łukasz Maciejewski (Poland) awarded Nima Javidie for the film „Melbourne” (Iran 2014);
→ The Black Horse of Animation: a Jury composed of Anna Ida Orosz (Hungary), Paweł Dębski (Poland), Ewa Borysewicz (Poland), awarded Marcin Podolec for the animation „Document” (Poland 2015);
→ The Black Horse of Video Games: a Jury composed of Jakub Dvorský (Czech Republic), Magdalena Cielecka (Poland), Marzena Falkowska (Poland) awarded Michael Frei and Mario von Rickenbach for the game „Plug & Play” (Switzerland 2015).
Swiss style and minimalist pictogram of the Black Horse, together with other graphic elements (including monochrome color tone and geometric typography), was inspired on the one hand by tribal themes (wall and skin paintings, African masks), and on the other hand – refers to industrial aesthetics (industrial history of Katowice). The graphics are complemented by a series of spots devoted to Bee-Keeper, Magnet-Man and Body-Builder.