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Private EyesPrivate Eyes (2011) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical ShortShort
- National Film Board of Canada
- Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
- Cartoon Characters: Matthew, Mother, Father.
- Voice Actors: Robert Naylor, Philip Lemaistre, Julie Burroughs, Angela Galuppo, Mark Camacho.
- Directed By Nicola Lemay.
- Produced By Marc Bertrand, Francine Langdeau, René Chénier.
- Animated By Nicola Lemay, Jens Hahn.
- Written By Gilles Tibo, Nicola Lemay, Mark Camacho.
- Awards: UNICEF Prize, International Educational Program Contest Japan Prize, Tokyo, 2011, Best youthFEST Short Film Award (Junior Jury), Sarasota Film Festival, 2012.
- Music: Daniel Scott,Martin Carpentier, Aron Doyle, David Grott, Marc Langis, Pierre Parent; more Musicians ...
- Editor: Oana Suteu, Denis Gathelier.
- Originally Released on October 01, 2011.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 14:22 minutes.
Matthew is never afraid of the dark because he has been surrounded by it all his life. He's got eyes hiding everywhere: in his hands, in his feet and especially in his ears. This week, his mother and father are preparing a surprise for his birthday, and he can... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
"Les yeux noirs (French)."
A 3D stereoscopic animated adaptation of Gilles Tibo's book for children published in 1999 by Éditions Soulières.
Release date is that of screening at the International Educational Program Contest.
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