Sep 1, 2010

Women Animating: Monique Renault

Monique Renault was born in Rennes, France. She studied painting at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in Rennes and Paris. In 1966 she got a scholarship to study animation in Prague. She has worked several years with Peter Földes and Sarah Mallinson. In 1972 she became chief animator at A.A.A. Studio (J. Rouxel and M. Ponti) in Paris. In 1976 she went to work in Amsterdam in The Netherlands and acquired the Dutch nationality.

She was guest of honor in Assen, Athens, Cambridge, Grimstad, Hiroshima, Krok, London, Montpellier, Rennes, Sorrento, Stockholm, Taiwan, Tampere and Utrecht.

Monique is also well known for her workshops and memberships of juries. She was member of a jury in AniFest, Annecy, Bilbao, Douarnenez, Espinho, Hiroshima, Krok, Utrecht and Zagreb.

Since 2003 she works for PHFTP productions-Tokyo-Japan ("Fukushima Folkstales", "Space Elevator: The future scientist dream of", director Pascal Roulin). Nowadays, she features in Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Monique Renault has won many awards with her films among which a Golden Bear in Berlin. Recently her work was shown as l'art émancipé in Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Monique Renault, l'art émancipé - Bande-annonce
Cargado por centrepompidou. - Mira videos web originales.

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