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It was a French animation studio, now it becomes a cultural centre and residency. Ciclic Animation opens its doors in September 2015.

 Ciclic Animation, a laboratory for research and experimentation for the animated film, will open in the fall of 2015 in the city of Vendome, and the region Centre-Val de Loire (Loir-et-Cher), with an avant premiere of new Folimage animation feature Phantom Boy.

After fifteen years of existence, Ciclic established this animation residency within former military stables being renovated; it aims to ground a cultural facility in France for both animation professionals and the general public.

Ciclic's animation productions include Beach Flags by Sarah Seidan, and The Banquet of the Concubine by Xefang Wei (photo)

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Philippe Germain (general director), Annaïck Le Ru (administrative director) and Eric Réginaud welcome both professionals and the public in a series of screening and events, on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September.


SCREENINGS:

Friday: 18 September (20:30)  Ciné Vendôme: Avant-première of Phantom Boy in the presence of directors, Jean-Loup Felicioli et Alain Gagnol.

Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 septembre (Ciclic Animation) :Screening of short films

Saturday 19 septembre à partir (from 14:00, Cinémobile & Sunday 20 September (11:00, Cinémobile): Short animated films for kids (from 4 years)

MEETINGS:

Saturday 19 September (Ciclic Animation,10h30) : Meeting with the directors of Phantom boy, Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli.

From 14:00: Studio visit (Ciclic Animaion) 

From 18:00:  L’école du regard

Sunday 20 September (11:00 Ciclic Animation):  Meeting with the public, in order to discover a work-in-progress in the presence of its creators, and studio visit.
 
EXPOSITIONS

Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September (Ciclic Animation): exposition of the creations of Jean-Luc Gréco and Catherine Buffat, the illustrators and animators, six of whose joint films were accomplished at Ciclic Animation

More info and the full programme here.

 

 

 

 

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