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Michael Dudok de Wit
Best known for his 2000 academy award winning animation short, “Father Daughter”, Michael has currently been directing and animating commercials for television and movies. Educated in Holland, he studied etching in Geneva when he was younger and then moved on to study animation in Farnham, England where he made his first film called “The Interview.” He graduated from West Surry College of Art in 1978 and then went on to work in Barcelona for a year, before moving to London, where he currently resides. In 1992 he created an animated short called “Tom Sweep” and then in 1994 was nominated for an Oscar for his next short, “The Monk & The Fish.” Today, Michael enjoys illustrating books and teaching animation at art colleges across England.

Animations Produced:

  • Boomtown, 1983
  • Your Face, 1987, 3:11
  • One of Those Days, 1988, 7:33
  • How to Kiss, 1989, 6:34
  • 25 Ways to Quit Smoking, 1989, 6:34
  • The Tune, 1992
  • I Married a Strange Person, 1998
  • Mutant Aliens, 2001
  • Mutant Aliens, 2002
  • Plymptoons: The classic works of Bill Plympton, 2002


Submitted by: Kara Gebhardt


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