ANNY Animator Interviews Double Feature: Chris Plimmer/ Julie Rembauville and Nicolas Bianco-Levrin

Animation For Adults Presents Animation Nights New York's (ANNY) Animator Interviews. AFA and ANNY's Evan Vernon talks with British animator Chris Plimmer, whose short Man's Best Friend Forever is screening at the upcoming Februray virtual screening of Animation Nights New York and French animation Julie Rembauville and Nicolas Bianco-Levrin  whose short Small Sparks is also screening.




ANNY's February event takes place Sunday, February 21, 11am - 11pm with, Mixer Events 3pm - 5pm & 8pm - 10pm EST.




 




 




SHOW NOTES



Man's Best Friend Forever

Director: Chris Plimmer




 






Chris Plimmer is a 4th year MA art student specializing in stop-motion puppet fabrication. His future hopes are to go into directing or puppet fabrication for his future career. He spends much of his free time expanding his online portfolio which is filled with sculpted stopmotion puppets and animations.




 




Personal Website: https://www.chrisplimmer.com/




Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chris_plim/ 




Twitter: https://twitter.com/chris_plim?lang=en




 






Petite Etincelle / Small Spark

Prototypes Productions




 




Director: Julie Rembauville




 




Julie Rembauville was born in Paris in 1982. She studied literature and audiovisuals at La Sorbonne University. In 2003, she published her first book for childern, Je ne me laisserai pas faire ! (I won’t let them do it !) working with the artist Nicolas Bianco-Levrin. Then, they realized films and books, working on adaptation principally. The Machino received the award of the best DVD-book for children in 2006, given by the CIELJ (International Center of Litterature for Children)



She’s now working on an animated serie project for TV, KROAK, written with Nicolas Bianco-Levrin and produced by Sacrebleu productions and on a short Ombre qui vole.




 




Writer / Producer: Nicolas Bianco-Levrin








After studying applied arts at the Duperré school in Paris, Nicolas Bianco-Levrin publishes about twenty youth albums as an illustrator. At the same time, he co-directed about thirty animated short films with Julie Rembauville for which he designed the graphics. The films then travel to many festivals around the world.



http://nicolasbianco.fr/