A coming-of-age story of a boy with Down Syndrome who learns to navigate the world with a loving mother, an absent father, a classroom bully, and a life-long crush.”
Our series on Canada’s animation hotspots concludes with a profile of Montreal, home to one of the country’s most vibrant animation scenes.
“[It’s] kind of like the designs you remember them looking like, not so much what they actually look like,” says “Animaniacs” co-executive producer Gabe Swarr.
Little known outside of Quebec, Animation Vieux Montréal has emerged as one of Canada’s most successful animation schools.
The animation on this series is a real highlight. Too bad they didn’t credit most of the animators.
Formerly Studio Pascal Blais, Tonic DNA sets a new course for its future, including more long-form projects.
The fast-growing animation/vfx/vr industry in Montréal is getting a boost from the Canadian government.