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Skwigly Podcast: Joe Brumm (Studio Joho)

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In the latest episode of the Skwigly Animation Podcast we welcome Joe Brumm of Studio Joho, the team behind the animation on some of the most successful College Humor animated gags, including Paperman Threesome and Tinderella: A Modern Fairy Tale. Joe’s career has taken him across the world, including the UK where he worked on productions such as Charlie and Lola and Little Princess, before returning to his native Australia five years ago to set up Studio Joho. His recent film The Meek uses Cel Action to tell the story of a miniature heroine as she learns to cut out all the negative addictions in her life, with a comical and warming sensibility.

Also discussed in this episode: Highlights from the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film‘s official selection, the stunning trailer for Michaël Dudok de Wit’s upcoming feature The Red Turtle and the eerie world of animated propaganda.
Stream the latest episode below or direct download here.

To catch up on the podcast so far be sure to visit the Podcasts section of the site and, so as not to miss out on any future episodes, you can subscribe on iTunes!

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