Tagged With: Rémi Chayé
Aurel and Agnès Patron take home France’s highest film awards for best animated feature and short film at Friday night’s live Olympia concert hall ceremony.
February 5 opening night will feature the Annecy Crystal winning film’s US premiere; the festival will also feature two recently announced special programs highlighting animation from Africa.
Rémi Chayé’s feature takes the award for Best Children’s Film; other animated film winners include ‘Matilda and the Spare Head;’ ‘Human Nature;’ and ‘INKT.’
Films by Rémi Chayé and Theodor Ushev among 21 winning projects awarded at the 44th festival edition, held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
From ‘Nahuel and the Magic Book’ to ‘Little Vampire,’ this year’s features represent some of the best independent work being produced.
10 additional features also selected to screen in the Contrechamp program at upcoming online festival.
Twenty children’s film and television projects in development selected for the Junior Co-production Market to be held October 26-27, 2017 during the Cinekid Festival in Amsterdam.
The director, along with art and animation director Liane-Cho Han, discuss the movie’s ten-year journey from one-page story idea to finished film.
Spirited and inspiring tale of hope and courage from the makers of ‘Ernest & Celestine’ and ‘Song of the Sea’ will be shown at Cineplex locations across Canada on January 14th.
Annie Award-nominated film produced by Sacrebleu Productions, Maybe Movies, Norlum Studios, France 3 Cinéma and 2 Minutes marks the directorial debut of ‘Secret of Kells’ first AD and head of storyboard Rémi Chayé.
Acclaimed animated feature from the award-winning creative minds behind ‘Ernest & Celestine,’ ‘Song of the Sea’ and ‘The Secret of Kells’ available on disc and digital January 17th.
Co-produced by Sacrebleu Productions, Maybe Movies, Norlum Studios, France 3 Cinéma and 2 Minutes, winner of the Audience Award at this year’s Annecy Festival opens in U.S. cinemas in Los Angeles and New York City September 30, to be followed by rollouts in additional cities in early October.
A stunning, 2D animated feature about a young girl’s journey to the North Pole seeking to redeem her family’s honor.
Beautifully crafted adventure directed by Rémi Chayé and produced by Sacrebleu Productions, Maybe Movies and Norlum Studios opens in Los Angeles, New York and other select cities on September 30th.
France’s Rémi Chayé, Belgium’s JanBultheel, and German animation trio Michael Ekblad, Ted Sieger and Matthias Bruhn are nominated for Director of the Year at 2016 co-production forum for European animated features.