Steven Lapcevic has screened his animated shorts in over sixty film festivals including The Coney Island Film Festival, The Moviate Underground Film Festival, The MidWest WeirdFest, The Atlanta Underground Film Festival, The TromaDance Film Festival, The Chicago Underground Film Festival , The Sydney Underground Film Festival and The Slamdance Film Festival. "IDIOT KING" was awarded "Best Animation" at the 2017 Coney Island Film Festival, "SUCCOR" was awarded "Best Experimental Short" at Film Maudit 2.0 in 2021 and "HYBRID" was awarded "Best Animation" at The Highland Square Film Festival in 2022.

His animation has been featured in the films, "Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious", directed by Roko Belic and “Disaster 501: What Happened to Man?”, conceptualized by Lars von Trier and directed by Jenle Hallund. The latter was screened at The 2012 Copenhagen Art Festival. His work has also been featured on an episode of the Adult Swim series, "Off the Air".

Mr. Lapcevic has been awarded the 2010 Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island Art Fund Grant, the 2010 Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island Excellence in the Arts Award, the 2010 Experimental Television Center Grant, the 2013 New York State Council on the Arts Original Work Grant, and the 2016 Staten Island Arts Excellence in the Arts Award.

In 2024 Mr. Lapcevic’s animated video for the song “On The Run” was chosen as a winner in Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon 50th Anniversary Animation Competition.
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