Marie Paccou

is creating experimental animation
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About Marie Paccou

I started animation at 15, after seeing "the man who planted trees" (Frederic Back), "tale of tales" (Youri Norstein), and "the street" (Caroline Leaf). I can't imagine you wouldn't know these master pieces, but if ever so, just google them, you'll find them easily.
I also have a piece that you can google and find easily (in english, french, japanese, italian, spanish and russian), it's called "Un Jour". As the previous quoted, it's a short animation film.

Since "Un Jour" (1997), I've made many other short films, and want to keep them available to audience for free. One of my first fans, the british producer Dick Arnall, told me "Un Jour" was a gift, and I like to imagine my films as such. You'll find them on my website: http://mariepaccou.com/

Several months ago, I've started a serie I call "FLIP-BOOKS". They are very short films drawn inside old books from my library. Thanks to many fans around the globe, this serie went viral, and got a lot of supportive comments.
https://www.facebook.com/FlippedBOOKS/

So I decided to open this page, which gives patrons access to exclusive content.

Recent posts by Marie Paccou

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By becoming a patron, you'll instantly unlock access to 45 exclusive posts
6
Images
2
Links
2
Updates
35
Videos