Irish animation Somewhere Down The Line won the the prize for Best Animated Short at the 37th Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival this weekend.
Julian Regnard ‘s film, produced by Jonathan Clarke, examines a man’s life, loves and losses through the exchanges he has with the passengers in his car. It was produced by the Oscar nominated Cartoon Saloon’s Kilkenny studio using a combination of 3D and 2D animation techniques.
The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival is the world’s leading film festival dedicated to short films. It is held annually in Clermont-Ferrand, France, and is the second largest film festival in France, after Cannes, in terms of audience and professional attendance, boasting over 100,000 attendees annually, since 1995.
- February 3, 2015 ‘Somewhere Down the Line’ Screens at Clermont Ferrand
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- January 29, 2013 Call For: Freshly Squeezed International Student Short Film Festival open for online submissions
- January 23, 2013 7th Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival finds new home in Malin, Co. Donegal
- January 23, 2013 Irish Folk Furniture, directed by Tony Donoghue, wins prize for Best Animation at Sundance Film Festival.
- January 17, 2019 Jonathan Farrelly is Ireland’s Representative @ Euro-Connection 2019
- January 22, 2014 Oonagh Kearney Nominated as Irish Representative in the Euro-Connection Forum
- January 9, 2013 Irish Short ‘Foxes ‘Set for Clermont Ferrand
- May 11, 2015 Call For: Layout Artists & Key Pose Artists @ Cartoon Saloon
- January 30, 2014 Interview: Lee Cronin, writer/director of ‘Ghost Train’