Animate Everything! (2010) Direct-To-Video Cartoon

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Animate Everything!

Animate Everything! (2010) Direct-To-Video Cartoon

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  • Direct-To-Video CartoonDirect-To_Video
  • National Film Board of Canada
  • Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
  • Voice Actors: Lindsay Kiborn, Will Kiborn.
  • Directed By Scott Kiborn.
  • Produced By Svend-Erik Eriksen, Martin Rose, Rina Fraticellis, Tracey Friesen.
  • Animated By Scott Kiborn, Elisa Chee, Michael Mann, Andrea Shimizu, Sherann E. Johnson, Tai Keattivanichvily.
  • Music: Robyn Traill.
  • Editor: Eliot Piltz.
  • Originally Released in December of 2010 (Estimate).
  • Direct to Video Release.
  • Running Time: 14:23 minutes.
  • Color
  • Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:

Spaceships soar into space. Dots dance on a page. Rocks and twigs transform into expressive faces. Kids can easily create this kind of magic themselves, and all...  (more)

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Foreign Language Title: "Tout peut s'animer! (French)."

Combined live action and animation.

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