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Wild LifeWild Life (2011) Theatrical Cartoon by Dave Koch
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- Theatrical ShortShort
- National Film Board of Canada, Studio GDS
- Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
- Cartoon Characters: Remittance Man.
- Voice Actors: Adam Blackwood, Luba Goy, Anthony Bekenn, Keith Dinicol, Colin Fox, Nonnie Griffin, Ben Carlson, Amy Rutherford.
- Directed By Amanda Forbis, Wendy Tilby.
- Produced By Marcy Page, Bonnie Thompson, David Christensen, David Verrall.
- Animated By Stephen McCallum, Olivier Masson.
- Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Film (Animated), 2012, Nominee, Annie Award, Best Animated Short Subject, 2012; more Awards ...
- Music: Judith Gruber-Stitzer, Russell De Carle, Geoffrey Mitchell, Mathieu Leroux; more Musicians ...
- Editor: Patrick Butler, Yannick Carrier.
- Originally Released in Sep, 2011 (Estimate).
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 13:30 minutes.
In 1909, a dapper young remittance man is sent from England to Alberta to attempt ranching. However, his affection for badminton, bird watching and liquor leaves him little time for wrangling cattle. It soon becomes clear that nothing in his refined upbringing... (more)
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"Une vie sauvage (French)."
Release date is that of screening at the Atlantic Film Festival.
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