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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!

October 2017 -- agenda

2017 september 28

  • September 20 to 1st, Calgary International Film Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • September 25 to 1st, Saint-Étienne Festival Tournez-Court :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • September 27 to 1st, Syros Animasyros :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • September 29 to 8, Bucharest Anim'est :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 5 to 9, Segovia 3D Wire :
    Screening in competition of The Head Vanishes
  • 5 to 15, Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre and of (Fool Time) JOB
  • 6 to 14, Geneva Animatou :
    Screening of The Ogre
  • 6 to 15, Forli Sedicicorto :
    Screening in competition of The Head Vanishes
  • 6 to 29, Belfast Cinemagic :
    Screening in competition of Child Dream
  • 16 au 22, Rhode-Island Vortex Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror Film Festival :
    Screening in competition of Child Dream and of The Ogre
  • 17 to 22, Amsterdam Klik! :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 17 to 22, Braunschweig International Film Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 20 to November 5, Kaohsiung International Film Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 26 to 29, Wiesbaden International Weekend of Animation :
    Screening in competition of The Head Vanishes
  • 26 to 29, Vancouver Spark Animation Festival :
    Screening in competition of (Fool Time) JOB
  • 26 to November 6, Moskow Big Cartoon Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 28 to November 20, Saint-Petersburg Multivision Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre and of (Fool Time) JOB
  • 29 to November 5, Taipei Kuandu International Animation Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre

"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).

September 2017 -- agenda

2017 august 28

  • August 29 to 10, Nakornpathom Thai Short Film and Video Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 5 to 9, Cacak Animanima :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 7 to 11, Linz Ars Electronica Animation Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Head Vanishes
  • 13 to 17, Varna World Festival of Animated Film :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 13 to 21, Krok :
    Screening in competition of The Head Vanishes
  • 19 to 24, Bristol Encounters :
    Screening in competition of The Head Vanishes
  • 20 to 24, Ottawa International Animation Festival :
    Screening of The Ogre
  • 20 to 26, Paris International Animation Film Festival :
    Screening in compétition of The Ogre and of (Fool Time) JOB
  • 20 to October 1st, Calgary International Film Festival :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 25 to October 1st, Saint-Étienne Festival Tournez-Court :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 27 to October 1st, Syros Animasyros :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre
  • 29 to October 8, Bucharest Anim'est :
    Screening in competition of The Ogre

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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.

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