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    French student animation from Gobelins

    http://www.gobelins.fr/galerie/animation/

    dang.


    This one's my favorite
    http://www.gobelins.fr/galerie/animation/jour1.htm
    (monster vs little children)
    Last edited by AndyLC; October 5th, 2005 at 10:00 PM.
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    aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh! THIS STUFF IS TOO GOOD!! ones better than the next!
    Thanks for sharing
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    I think this is a sure sign that the French will be a big animation force in the future.


    the caveman one's also great (2002 I think)

    I think they have really small graduating classes, like 25 animators a year.

    the way they work is something like 5 people to a team, who have to work on a 30 second film for their animation festival (which is what these are)
    so 5 teams of 5 per year
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    yeah - so much imagination
    did you see tripletts of Belleville?
    should have won the oscar vs Finding nemo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rascar Capac
    yeah - so much imagination
    did you see tripletts of Belleville?
    should have won the oscar vs Finding nemo...
    word!

    tensai
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    ohh man! i love that last one called gnap gnap! really nice atmosphere.

    tensai
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rascar Capac
    yeah - so much imagination
    did you see tripletts of Belleville?
    should have won the oscar vs Finding nemo...
    No way! "Tripletts of Belleville" was very nice but it was far away from beating Nemo, one of the best animation movies ever...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fozzybar
    No way! "Tripletts of Belleville" was very nice but it was far away from beating Nemo, one of the best animation movies ever...

    Tripllets aside - I thought nemo was the weakest of the pixar films...
    so I thought there might actually be a chance for triplets to win, but that was wishful thinking...

    see - there are images from triplets that I will never forget...
    All I remember from Nemo is a bunch of fish swimming around
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rascar Capac
    Tripllets aside - I thought nemo was the weakest of the pixar films...
    so I thought there might actually be a chance for triplets to win, but that was wishful thinking...

    see - there are images from triplets that I will never forget...
    All I remember from Nemo is a bunch of fish swimming around
    you know, I I like Pixar, but I liked the Toy Story the least.

    Triplets I've seen, yeah. I'd say it's just 'different' from Nemo. I think even though Finding Nemo is a more 'mainstream' kinda film, it was a really well done mainstream one.
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    Les Triplettes had huge potential but some bad apples in the team...

    As for the gobelins, that school is (was?) EXTREMELY hard to get in. A few of my friends are graduates from there and their selection process is (again was ?) solid. You *have* to know your art history as well as be a really good artist to be accepted. Down side is that some of their students get a huge ego just before graduating because they know they're in one of the best school
    Cool link too ehhe !
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