Rene Laloux ( French René Laloux ; July 13, 1929 , Paris - March 14, 2004 , Angouleme ) - French animator , director of animated films.
|Date of Birth||July 13, 1929|
|Place of Birth||Paris ( France )|
|Date of death||March 14, 2004 ( 74)|
|Place of death||Angouleme (France)|
|Profession||animator , director and screenwriter of animated films|
|Career||1960 - 1998|
Biography and Creativity
He studied painting, worked in advertising, then - in a psychiatric hospital, where he began to engage in puppet animation with patients. He shot several short films, the most famous of which was the film Snails ( 1965 , special prize of the jury of the Krakow IFF). Collaborated with such animators and artists as Paul Grimaud and Roland Ax . Died of a heart attack.
Feature Sci-Fi Movies
- Wild Planet / La Planète sauvage ( 1973 , based on the book of Stefan Voule , special prize of the Cannes IFF )
- The Lords of Time / Les Maîtres du temps ( 1982 , based on the book of Stephen Wool )
- Gandahar. Light Years / Gandahar ( 1987 , based on the novel by Jean-Pierre Andrevon)
- Blin F. Les Mondes fantastiques de René Laloux. - Chaumont: Pythagore, 2004