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Michael Dudok de Wit's visit to the studio

Today award winning director Michael Dudok de Wit visited the studio. He has just finished his own debut animated feature called The Red Turtle . Some of the Ethel and Ernest crew also worked on Michael’s film, so it was an opportunity  to share experiences and to meet some old friends and colleagues. 122 more words

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Final recruits for the final push

More crew have been taken on as the final months of production are upon us. Animator Vincent Petremann pictured below is one of the latest recruits to join us. 41 more words

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The Incredible Ethel

This is a story about a special gal who brings happiness to me everyday. Just the sight of her makes me smile. I have known Ethel, for about twelve years, and consider her one of my dearest friends.  1,092 more words

Color Me Fabric by Hayley Crouse

I had the wonderful opportunity to play with some of the new prints of Color Me Fabric by Hayley Crouse for Micheal Miller. As soon as I saw this floral, I knew it was destined to be a bag or purse of some kind! 269 more words

Raymond Briggs article in The Observer

Raymond Briggs features in a full page article in today’s Observer newspaper.


Speaking about his Ethel and Ernest book:

“It’s not exactly profound but it’s not just dealing with nonsense like the others are,” he says. 64 more words

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More studio shots taken at Lupus Films

Photos courtesy of Paul Marc Mitchell

Animation Director Peter Dodd.

Animation director Peter Dodd and Roger Mainwood discuss a scene and check lip synch.

From left to right: Art Director Robin Shaw, Layout artist Martin Oliver, and director Roger Mainwood. 28 more words

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Jean-Christophe Lie

One of the many great animation talents that we have working on the film is Jean-Christophe Lie.

Here he is at Lupus Studio in London getting briefed on his scenes by animation director Peter Dodd. 21 more words

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