Each year, professionals from France’s animation industry gather in Angoulême for the Rencontres Animation Formation. The convention marks the launch of an annual report compiled by Audiens for Animfrance, which represents the country’s animation producers.
This year’s report was presented at the convention on Wednesday. As ever, it provides a wealth of data on employment in France’s animation industry (one of Europe’s biggest). The research covers the year 2019, and as such does not reflect the impact of the coronavirus.
We’ve combed through the report — here are our five key points that show the country’s animation industry is stable but not experiencing major growth as it did a decade ago: