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27 January 2020 à 17:25
I Lost My Body triumphs at the Annie Awards
The film by Jérémy Clapin has picked up three prestigious awards including Best Indie Feature at the Annie Awards. The Oscars of animation, the Annie Awards have since 1972 celebrated the cream of international animation, short and feature films, television and cinema combined.
I Lost My Body waltzed off with the following Annie Awards:
- Best Indie Feature
- Best Writing – Feature (Jérémy Clapin & Guillaume Laurant)
- Best Music – Feature (Dan Levy)
In his acceptance speech, Jérémy Clapin thanked his producer Marc du Pontavice for allowing him to work in the same way as he had on his short films: with uncompromising honesty and artistic freedom.
With its international sales handled by Charades, I Lost My Body is available to stream on Netflix all around the world with the exception of a handful of countries where it either has, or will have, a theatrical release (France, Belgium, Turkey, and China).
The French animation industry received another great honor at the Annie Awards: the short film Uncle Thomas by Regina Pessoa, coproduced by the French production company Les Armateurs, was voted Best Short Subject.
The complete awards list can be found here.
Latest update : 29 January 2020 à 17:25 CET