New awards! -- awards

2017, october 29

The Head Vanishes wins a new award, the Venus for the Best Animation in the Badalona Filmets 2017 festival!

On its side, The Ogre wins the Best Short Film Award in the Bucharest Anim'est 2017 festival!

Papy3D films awarded all around the world! -- awards

2017, october 06

The films produced recently by Papy3D keep on running great international careers, winning new awards and no small ones indeed!

We have (and we still wonder how...) missed that The Head Vanishes had won the Best Animation award of the august 2017 LA Shorts Fest!

For its part, The Ogre just won no less than the Grand Prize of AnimaSyros 2017, to celebrate their 10th edition!

Last but not least, (Fool time) JOB wins its first awards with a Special Mention in the Paris International Animation Film Festival 2017 and better still, the Jury Prize in the Spark Animation 2017 in Vancouver!

A huge thank to all the jurys who chose to highlight our films!

More awards and selections during summer 2017 ! -- awards

2017, august 23

Laurène Braibant's The Ogre career is running fine and Gilles Cuvelier's (Fool time) JOB is starting very well indeed!

The first one has been awarded already many times during summer 2017 :

  • Press Jury Award in the Short Film in Open Air Festival of Grenoble 2017
  • First Prize for an experimental film in Rhode-Island Flickers International Film Festival 2017
  • Special Mention of the Grand Jury for an International Film in Peja Anibar

The second one starts a promising career with selections in Sitges au Paris!

Let's hope it's just a beginning!

"The Head Vanishes" awarded twice in Palm Springs! -- awards

2017, june 26

The Head Vanishes wins no less than the Grand Jury Award and the Best Animated Short Award in the Palm Springs Short Fest!

"The Ogre" awarded twice in Annecy! -- awards

2017, june 18

The Ogre wins no less that two awards in the Annecy Festival 2017 ! The Canal + Award and a Special Mention of the Jury!


Papy3D is a production company founded by a fellowship of animation film directors. As they all had experience in directing animation films, they wanted to create a production company which would allow them to have a better control over their work.