"The Ogre" selected for the french Cesars 2018!  -- events

2017, september 19

The Ogre by Laurène Braibant is short-listed in the 12 selected films to compete for the french Cesar 2018 for the best animation film!

The full list of selected films can be checked in the following Academy pdf (in french).

"(Fool time) JOB" soon on your screens !  -- event

2017, may 1st

Since it's Labour Day, it's the ideal moment to announce that Gilles Cuvelier's new film, (Fool time) JOB, supported by the CNC, Pictanovo and the Hauts de France council, as well as the Procirep and the Angoa, is finished !

You can watch its trailer on its page and on our Vimeo and Youtube channels.

Get ready for "(Fool time) Job" !  -- event

2017, march 4

Seven years after Love Patate, Gilles Cuvelier is finally close to release a new film!

The making of the images of (Fool time) Job, supported by the CNC, Pictanovo and the Hauts de France district, as well as the Procirep and the Angoa, is indeed almost over.

After sound post-production, planned in april, the film will be released to festivals, the same year studio Train-Train turns 10!

"The Ogre" comes out of the dark!  -- event

2016, december 4


The new Laurène Braibant's film, The Ogre, is finished, after a production spanning 2015 and the better part of 2016.

Supported by the CNC, by Pictanovo and the Nord-Pas de Calais region, the Annecy festival and the Rhone-Alpes Auvergne region, and the Procirep and the Angoa, it's been produced in Hellemmes-Lille, in the studio Train-Train, Paris and Valence.

You can discover the first images on its page and on our Vimeo and Youtube channels.

"The Head Vanishes" short-listed for the Oscars 2016!  -- events

2016, december 03

The Head Vanishes by Franck Dion is among the 10 shortlisted animation short films for the Oscars 2016 !

The full list of shortlisted films can be checked in the following Academy page.


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