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The Inspirational Power of Style Frames

French directing duo Burcu Sankur and Geoffrey Godet (AKA Burcu & Geoffrey) created this smile-inducing clip called “Play” based on the style frames they created for a failed pitch with their continental-Europe reps Troublemakers, “We didn’t get the project but we wanted to bring the images to life animating them.” [Read more]

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Former Buck CD Joshua Harvey Now Repped by Troublemakers in France

From the release: [Troublemakers are] super proud to welcome the famous Joshua Harvey who has done amazing work in the past for Goodbooks, Honda, Google and many more! Joshua Harvey is a director and a designer with over 10 years of experience crafting animated films for clients big and small. He’s worn many hats beyond […] [Read more]

T. S. Eliot “The Wasteland”

Troublemakers director Icecream (aka art director/motion designer Nicolas Dufoure) delivers a dark and brooding version of T. S. Eliot’s “The Wasteland” for the second of three films launching The Josephine Hart Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Movement program. Sound design and music by CypherAudio. [Read more]

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Onur Senturk Sculpts Philip Larkin’s “High Windows”

Troublemakers director Onur Senturk sculpts a dark and dramatic vision of “High Windows” by esteemed English poet Philip Larkin, the first of three films launching The Josephine Hart Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Movement program which aims “to stand as the next logical step in terms of the way we consume verse.” [Read more]

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“The Missing Scarf” Director Eoin Duffy Joins Troublemakers

Vancouver-based Irish director/animator Eoin Duffy, who landed on the 86th Academy Awards shortlist for his film “The Missing Scarf,” joins the roster of Paris prodco Troublemakers. [Read more]

Scott Benson: Orange “The Flower”

Valentine’s Day is behind us but the message of this spot for telecom giant Orange still rings true. Adapted from an African fairy tale by Troublemakers director Scott Benson for French agency Marcel with music and sound by Chris Canavaggio and Sean Henry. [Read more]