"Raymonde Or The Vertical Escape" Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere! -- event

2020, March 18


Great news, you can watch online Raymonde or the vertical escape by Sarah Van Den Boom as it is released on Vimeo as Staff Pick Premiere!

Come to discover here, if you hadn't before, the bitter-sweet story of our brave old owl!

On the way, you can find here the interview of the director by the Vimeo team.

"Riga's Lilac" nominated at the Latvian National Film Awards!  -- event

2019 october 4

Riga's Lilac enters the nominated list for the Latvian National Film Awards, in three categories : Best Short Film, Best Animation Director and Best Animation Artist!

The list can be found here (in Latvian).

"Roughhouse" selected for the french Cesars 2020!  -- event

2019, september 20

Roughhouse by Jonathan Hodgson enters the list of 12 selected films for the Best Animation Short Film Cesar 2020!

The 4 nominated films will be announced in January 2020.

The complete list of selected films can be read here (in french).

"The Ogre" available online!  -- event

2019, april 25


As the national animation film festival 2019 in Rennes just kicked off, we offer you to rediscover The Ogre, written and directed by Laurene Braibant, Grand Prize for a professional film 2018.

It's indeed now watchable on our Vimeo (prefered) and Youtube channels!

New nominations!  -- event

2019, april 24


Two Papy3D films have just been nominated for two prestigious awards :

  • Raymonde or the vertical escape by Sarah Van Den Boom, represented by the composer Pierre Caillet, is nominated for the UCMF (Film Music Composers Union) Award 2019
  • Per Aspera Ad Astra by Franck Dion is nominated for the Unifrance Award 2019, which will be awarded during the Cannes Festival

Congrats to the directors and our thanks to the respective coproducers JPL Films and Arte France!


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.