RyanRyan (2004) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical ShortShort
- National Film Board of Canada, Copper Heart Entertainment
- Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
- Cartoon Characters: Ryan Larkin, Chris Landreth, Derek Lamb, Felicity Fanjoy.
- Voice Actors: Ryan Larkin, Chris Landreth, Derek Lamb, Felicity Fanjoy.
- Directed By Chris Landreth.
- Produced By Steven Hoban, Marcy Page, Mark Smith, Jeremy Edwardes, Jed DeCory, Karyn Nolan, Noah Segal, David Verrall.
- Animated By Robb Denovan, Sebastian Kapijimpanga, Paul Kohut, Jeff Panko, Alison Reiko Loader, Wadi Ejiwunmi, Terry Kalinich, Yiqun Chen, Bill Dwelly, David Baas.
- Awards: Academy Award Winner, Best Short Film (Animated), 2005, Genie, Best Animated Short, Chris Landreth, Steven Hoban, Marcy Page and Mark Smith, 2005; more Awards ...
- Music: Fergus Marsh, Michael White.
- Editor: Alan Code, Michael Morrow.
- Originally Released on May 17, 2004.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 13:50 minutes.
A gentleman panhandler. One of the pioneers of Canadian animation. Oscar nominee. Poor beggar. An artist unable to create. God observing the world. Fallen angel. Arrogant. Shy. Broken. Not destroyed. Thirty years ago, at the National Film Board of Canada, Ryan... (more)
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3-D computer-generated animation. Although incredibly realistic and detailed, Ryan was created and animated without the use of live-action footage, rotoscoping or motion capture... but instead from an original, personal, hand-animated... (more)
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