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Digital Dimension Appoints Frédérick Faubert Chief Creative Officer

Former Hibernum founder and president & CCO brings 20 years of experience in the animation, video game and the toy industries.

Digital Dimension’s kids’ television series ‘Zafari’ is brought to life by real-time technology.

MONTRÉAL -- 3D animation studio Digital Dimension has appointed Frédérick Faubert Chief Creative Officer. Faubert’s mandate will be to ensure the creative team’s management, development and direction, and will also be responsible for the studio’s intellectual properties.

Frédérick Faubert

Formerly president and CCO at Hibernum, Faubert brings 20 years of experience in the animation, video game and the toy industries. At Hibernaum, he founded a studio comprised of 160 staffers and entertained more than 75 million players all around the world.

Specializing in the creation of TV series and feature films, the Montreal-based company was established to create, develop and produce both third party and in-house intellectual properties in a variety of media for a variety of platforms.

Digital Dimension has demonstrated its growth over the past two years with the appearance of many new administrative members, the elaboration of intellectual properties and important international contracts. The studio has drawn the industry’s attention with its flexibility and forward thinking, especially with the kids’ television series Zafari, an idea brought to life by real-time technology and the production team’s inventiveness.

Source: Digital Dimension

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.