Last Friday, "Loulou l’incroyable secret" (Loulou the incredible secret) by Grégoire Solotareff, directed by Eric Omond, received the Caesar award for the best animated feature-film. A great reward for the whole team and particularly for DreamWall which contributed to the animation, layout, creating the set and the composition of the project.
"This is a fantastic recognition for the hard work put in by about fifteen artists. They have devoted themselves to this project for over 12 months. It's an award that we're very happy to receive and of which we're very proud!" confided Thibault Baras, Director General of DreamWall.
Born from an alliance between Dupuis and the RTBF, DreamWall is an animation and graphics studio in Marcinelle. The Walloon business enjoys a great reputation for 2D and 3D animation, the creation of virtual sets, 3D visualization and TV visuals.
"This co-production adapted from the work of Grégoire Solotareff was, for Belvision, an opportunity to participate in an incredible project. We want to thank Wallimage and investors Tax Shelter who enabled us to be part of this fantastic adventure" says Léon Perahia, Producer and Managing Director of Belvision, the Belgian production company of publishing group Dupuis.
A first for the animation studio Carolo who no doubt have not said their final word!