Monday, July 11, 2011

More Animation from FRANCE - Gobelins 2011

Another crop of amazingly proficient grad student films from Gobelins.

Google for the blogs of the individual students who worked on these films; some beautiful and inspiring work on their blogs.

(do yourself a favor and switch these to HD mode and watch full screen)

À Travers la Brume
(Through the Fog)
Two brothers are hunting a legendary creature. As they hunt, the fog separates them...

A film by Théo BOUBOUNELLE, Violaine BRIAT, Marie-Clémence GAUTHIER, Clément GIRARD, Aude GUIBOURT, Clara VOISIN, Maïté XIA


Les Chiens Isolés
(Lonely Dogs)

On an oil platform, a story of friendship between two workers is compromised by the insanity paranoiac of one of them.

A film by Rémi BASTIE, Nicolas DEGHANI, Jonathan DJOB-NKONDO, Paul LACOLLEY, Nicolas PEGON, Jérémy PIRES, Kevin MANACH


Who's Afraid of Mr.Greedy ?

A blind man comes to get back his identity, stolen by an ogre while he was a child.

A film by Simon BOUCACHARD, Jean-Baptiste CUMONT, Sylvain FABRE, Guillaume FESQUET, Adeline GRANGE, Maxime MARY, Julien ROSSIRE



Banned from his town because of his animality, a wolf man decides to make this segregation come to an end.

A film by François BARREAU, Marion DELANNOY, Claire FAUVEL, Rachid GUENDOUZE, Vincent NGHIEM, Benoit TRANCHET



For Eleanor, the joy of living among other people is out of reach because of her extreme introversion, she shuts herself away in a depressive routine, with her cat as her only support, until the latter, hopeless for her, decides to leave home...

A film by Chloé BURY .



Two men look at a woman. One wants her, the other one gets her.

A film by Kevin MANACH. (made in 2011 as part of an exchange trip to CalArts (California) by Kevin Manach, third-year student at GOBELINS, School of Image.)


Anonymous said...

I love the style of Á Travers la Brume, but I can't quite place the software used - anyone know?

Anonymous said...

In the credits, the logo of TVP Animation 9.5 appears (like in most of these videos). This was also posted a couple of days ago in the tvp forum:

David Nethery said...

The software used is TVP Animation 9.5.

From the making-of videos I've seen I think most of these recent Gobelins films were animated traditionally with pencil on paper, then scanned in to TVP for coloring. However, TVP can also be used for paperless animation by drawing directly into TVP with a Wacom tablet.

See here for more about TVP:


2010 Gobelins films made using TVP:

Gobelins Gallery at


Federico Pignatelli said...

Google for the blogs of the individual students who worked on these films; some beautiful and inspiring work on their blogs

seema said...