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Gobelins students’ animations for Annecy 2016

Gobelins students’ animations for Annecy 2016
Each year students from the graduating class of the remarkable Gobelins, l’école de l’image (Goeblins School of Communications) in Paris are divided into teams that create short animations to be used as introductions to each of the five day’s events at the Annecy International Festival of Animation.

The emphasis is on 2D hand drawn animation. This year’s theme is “France in the Spotlight”.

One of the films, Au Lapin Agile, portrays Picasso and other artists at one of their cafe hangouts, in which a fistfight erupts into splashes of modern art genres.

You can see all five shorts on YouTube, as well as on the on the Gobelins (FR) website.

(Note: images above are just screen caps from each of the five films, not clickable embeds. Please follow the provided links to view the films.)


11 responses to “Gobelins students’ animations for Annecy 2016”

  1. great blog, I love reading about arts

  2. I found it a spectacle, very good indeed. They are to be congratulated

  3. Bacana o conteúdo está de parabéns.

  4. They are fun !! I love it !!

  5. Very good tips, these animations were really cool. Congratulations on your website, very well organized.


  6. These students’ animations are wonderful, they are very inspiring, great work.

  7. Cool! You will have a lot of success!! Because you are very talented!

  8. Great draws!!

  9. I love traditional animation!

  10. They are fun !! I love it !!

  11. Wow! They are great!! I love it!