by Franck Dion
2016 | DV | 10 min.
Date saturday 1 july
Jacqueline has lost her mind a bit, but whatever, for her trip to the seaside, she has decided to take the train by herself, like a big girl!
Franck Dion - Director Born in Versailles, Franck Dion makes good use of his talent in multiple areas. He works with editors and magazines, designs sets for theatres plays and animations for documentary films. In 2003, he directs his first animation short film, the Phantom Inventory, which wins, the following year, the Junior Jury Canal J Prize in the Annecy Festival, as well as being nominated to the “Cartoons of gold”. His second short film, Mister COK, produced in 2008, earns many awards and is screened in more than a hundred festivals around the world including the famouse Sundance Film Festival. Edmond was a donkey, produced in 2012, is his third film. It has won around 30 international awards, including the Special Jury Prize in Annecy and the Best International Film in Tokyo Short Short. It has been nominated for the Cesar of the Best Animation Film and won the Gemeau for the Best Animation Show in 2013.