The festival’s opening night film is Anne-Laure Daffis and Léo Marchand’s Les voisins de mes voisins sont mes voisins.
Oasis animators voted to unionize in 2019, and will now be joined by comp, rigging, scene planning, storyboards, and layout and color workers.
“Things will never be the same again for our teams,” says the company.
Gagnon was also an influential educator, teaching animation at Cégep du Vieux-Montréal for over two decades.
After years of delays, reschedulings, and stretches of radio silence, “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” is gearing up for a release on May 27.
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High-caliber projects, low living costs: that’s the pitch Montreal is making to West Coast workers.
The movie is coming to UK and Ireland theaters on February 11, 2022.
“Iwájú” is set to premiere in 2023 on Disney+.
Another winner was “Hayop Ka! The Nimfa Dimaano Story,” a decidedly adult rom-com from the Philippines.
The new Toronto base will work on vfx for film and episodic projects, feature animation, and technology.
This one’s for the stop motion gang!
The studio is welcoming vfx supervisors Dottie Starling, Damien Hurgon, and Ellen Poon, as well as feature animation head of production Nathan Santell.
His current, and most ambitious, project to date is a 60-frame cycle of Koko the Clown dancing.
The festival will also host the world premiere of a documentary about Tippett, directed by his daughter.
Based in L.A. and Montreal, the new studio will work on “premiere real-time 2d and 3d series and features.”
The virtual festival will run August 5–25 and be geo-locked for Canadians.
Oasis’s union was the first animation union to be accredited in Canada.
Mikros Animation will now produce both episodic series and feature animation.
The film is the first release from London-based animation production company Aniventure.