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Old Dog

Ann Marie Fleming
2020 | 3 min

Selections and Awards

  • Official Selection Vancouver International Film Festival, Vancouver, Canada (2020)

  • Official Selection FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, Halifax, Nova Scotia (2020)

  • Official SelectionSpark Animation Film Festival, Vancouver, Canada (2020)

  • Official SelectionChicago International Children's Film Festival, Chicago, U.S.A. (2020)

  • Official SelectionPortland International Film Festival, Oregon, U.S.A. (2021)

  • International CompetitionTricky Women/Tricky Realities International Animation Film Festival, Vienna, Austria (2021)

  • Official SelectionAspen Shortsfest, Colorado, U.S.A. (2021)

  • Official Selection - Children Competition World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb, Croatia (2021)

  • Official SelectionBrooklyn Film Festival, New York, U.S.A. (2021)


ONE-LINER & TWO-LINER


INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR ANN MARIE FLEMING

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Team


Ann Marie Fleming
Director
Biography
Photo
Photo : Erik Whittaker


Ann Marie Fleming

Ann Marie Fleming is an award-winning Canadian writer, director, and animator. Her cross-platform work contends with themes of family and history through a variety of genres, including animation, documentary, and drama.

She adapted her 2003 animated documentary, The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam, into an Eisner Award-nominated graphic novel in 2007, and has since created a number of acclaimed short films, including Big Trees (2013), I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors (2010), and the animated web series My Place (2009) for Discovery USA’s Planetgreen.com. In 2016, Ann Marie’s animated feature Window Horses, about a young Canadian poet discovering her family history, screened around the world.

In addition to creating a short film for the Governor General’s Performing Arts Awards and directing Question Period, about the experiences of a group of Syrian refugees in Canada, she is currently working on a number of new projects. Old Dog, produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), is her most recent animated short.


Shirley Vercruysse
Producer, Executive Producer
Biography
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Photo : Emily Cooper


Shirley Vercruysse

Shirley Vercruysse is the Executive Producer of the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio, where she leads the team producing documentary and animation projects. The studio’s latest projects include the feature-length documentaries The Whale and the Raven and Because We Are Girls; the musical documentary The Road Forward; the animated shorts Shop Class and The Zoo; the short documentaries Way of the Hunter and Now Is the Time; and the Webby Award-winning documentary series True North: Inside the Rise of Toronto Basketball.

Credits

The National Film Board of Canada presents

OLD DOG

Written and Directed by
Ann Marie Fleming

Animator
Kevin Langdale

Featuring
Alex Kliner

Composer and Sound Designer
Gordon Durity

Producer
Shirley Vercruysse

Re-Recording Mixer
Doug Paterson

Casting
Neera Garg

Line Producer
Jennifer Roworth

Technical Coordinator
Wes Machnikowski

Studio Administrator
Carla Jones

Production Coordinator
Nicolas Ayerbe Barona

Marketing Manager
Kay Rondonneau

Publicist
Katja De Bock

Executive Producer, BC & Yukon Studio
Shirley Vercruysse

Inspired by the other Ann-Marie Fleming and the work she does making life better for senior dogs and their humans.

Special thanks to:
Gil Madsen-Lefebvre, Erik Whittaker
Lily, Winnie, Bamboo, Flip and Moune

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