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Giant Ant Announces Animated Feature Based on “Tangles” Graphic Novel

From the release: Monarch Media, Point Grey Pictures, LYLAS Pictures, and Vancouver animation studio Giant Ant are teaming up to bring the acclaimed graphic novel Tangles: A Story About Alzheimer’s, My Mother and Me, by Sarah Leavitt, to the big screen as a feature-length animated film. Giant Ant principal Leah Nelson is directing. Trev Renney, […] [Watch]

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Gusto “Sleepy Planet” Brand Film by Giant Ant

From the team at Giant Ant in Vancouver: “The first of two spots with our newest, bestest pals at Gusto. The brief was to show how teams of all sizes use Gusto’s [cloud-based payroll, benefits, and HR management] support as they do incredible things. [Watch]

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Giant Ant Drops Massive Cartoonito Broadcast Package for Cartoon Network

From the team at Giant Ant in Vancouver: “We’ve been toiling away for the better part of a year on a broadcast package for Cartoon Network’s newly launched preschool block: Cartoonito.” [Watch]

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Amperity “Customer Data” Brand Anthem by Giant Ant

From the team at Giant Ant in Vancouver: “Amperity parses customer data, and we parsed their story. Then we wrapped it in a cube, and made it glow, showing how their technology can power the platforms their customers already use to successfully connect with customers.” [Watch]

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Giant Ant Overthinks “Milk” in New Short Film

Mexican-born artist/illustrator Rafael Mayani gathers his crewmates at Giant Ant in Vancouver for a personal short film pondering the complexities surrounding the everyday task of shopping for milk. [Watch]

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Netflix “Hilda & The Mountain King” Titles by Giant Ant

The Netflix feature-Length animated special Hilda & The Mountain King opens with these titles by Giant Ant, a “software-agnostic” mix of 2.5-D and cel designed to “give the audience a taste of what’s to come without any big spoilers”. [Watch]