Oscar-nominated Dutch studio’s touching follow-up to ‘A Single Life’ is about the power of imagination.
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CG-animated short about a young woman who stumbles across a mysterious vinyl single that allows her to travel through time was nominated in 2015 for both an Academy Award and the Cartoon D’Or.
Blu-ray, DVD & Digital release of Oscar-nominated Studio Ghibli co-production packed with bonus features including behind-the-scenes featurettes & AFI Fest Q&A with director Michael Dudok de Wit.
Contemporary reinterpretation of Early Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch’s iconic painting was commissioned by the MOTI Museum for its New Delights exhibition on display through December 31st.
Studio Ghibli’s first feature co-production directed by Dutch animator Michael Dudok de Wit to screen in New York and Los Angeles beginning November 18, followed by a national rollout in January 2017.
Touching, 10-minute CG-animated short from Job Roggeveen, Joris Oprins and Marieke Blaauw is the follow-up to the Oscar-nominated ‘A Single Life.’
Dutch director and animator’s debut feature is being co-produced by France’s Wild Bunch and Japan’s Studio Ghibli, with Isao Takahata serving as artistic producer.
‘Descent’ by Johan Rijpma, ‘Ultrakort Leader’ by Patrick Raats, and a contagious music video for ‘Nobody Beats the Drum: Let it Go’ by Max Italiaander and Levi Jacobs are all nominated for the Grand Prix prize in Dutch Animation at the 18th edition of the Holland Animation Film Festival.