A Miyu Productions, Between the Pictures and NFB co-production.
When morning arrives in Society of Clothes, a shirt and a pair of pants step outside the closet, transforming into a human figure. In this world, everyone exists only as clothes. They wander into the streets, bodiless and faceless, performing absurd daily tasks
Existing only as clothes they wander into the streets bodiless and faceless.
Written and Directed by
Art Director and Animation Supervisor
Head of Animation
Miyu Productions | Between the Pictures | National Film Board of Canada, 2024
About Miyu Productions
Founded in May 2009 by Emmanuel-Alain Raynal, Miyu Productions is an audiovisual and film production company that specializes in animation, producing shorts, series and features. Pierre Baussaron joined the company in 2015.
Through its artistic vision and commitment, Miyu Productions has established itself as an uncompromising animation studio over the years, creating animated shorts and feature films that stand out in the contemporary production landscape. Several of its films have gained recognition and received awards at the most prestigious festivals, including Flora Anna Buda’s 27, winner of the short film Palme d’Or and Cristal awards at the 2023 Cannes and Annecy festivals, and Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach’s Chicken for Linda!, winner of the Annecy Cristal for features in 2023. The company won the Film Français magazine Animation Trophy in 2019 and received the PROCIREP French Animation Producer Award in 2022.
Miyu Productions is currently developing a portfolio of a dozen feature films, 20 shorts and several audiovisual series and stand-alone works, and has four production studios in France, located in Paris, Valence, Angoulême and Marseille, as well as a studio slated to open soon in Brussels, Belgium.
About Between the Pictures
Between the Pictures is an animation studio located in Seoul, founded by Dahee Jeong. The studio specializes in producing short animated films and commissioned works.
Between the Pictures has produced Man on the Chair, The Empty, and Movements. It has won approximately 50 awards around the world, including the Crystal of Annecy International Animated Film Festival in 2014.
The studio participated in the animation celebrating The Powerpuff Girls 20th anniversary, made the festival trailers for Indie-Anifest and Jeonju International Film Festival, and produced animation sequences of the documentary series LIFE LINE.
Willing to expand their creative field, the studio has worked on various exhibitions and screenings. And the studio is currently planning to produce their first feature film.
About the NFB
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is a leader in exploring animation as an artform, a storytelling medium and innovative content for emerging platforms. It produces trailblazing animated works both in its Montreal studios and across the country, and it works with many of the world’s leading creators on international co-productions. NFB productions have won more than 7,000 awards, including seven Oscars for NFB animation and seven grand prizes at the Annecy festival. To access this unique content, visit NFB.ca.