Submarine

The Art Department Eindhoven 2024 (SOLD OUT)

With headquarters in Amsterdam, London and Los Angeles, Submarine is an Emmy award-winning production company that develops and produces feature films, scripted series, documentaries, animation and transmedia projects. Submarine has established itself as an innovative company, working across multiple genres and platforms, all with an international focus.

With the largest animation studio in The Netherlands, Submarine boasts a roster of award-winning films and series made in collaboration with an extensive network of internationally acclaimed creators. The company has produced animation series such as the Emmy-nominated series Picnic with Cake, The Wellie Wishers for Amazon Prime, Doopie which was nominated for International Kids Emmy Award in 2020 and the feature film Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles, which won the jury award at Annecy Festival in 2019. In 2021 Submarine released three animated features: Where is Anne Frank, Best Birthday Ever and Coppelia, a live-action/animation hybrid in collaboration with the Dutch National Ballet.

In 2022 Submarine released four more high profile projects: Richard Linklater’s latest film Apollo 10 1⁄2: A Space Age Childhood on Netflix, the second season of Amazon Prime Video series Undone by Bojack Horseman creators Kate Purdy and Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Two Tiny Toddlers, which was the first CGI film to be entirely animated in The Netherlands and the animated bonus episode of the Netflix Sandman series called A Dream of a Thousand Cats.

Submarine’s upcoming projects include The Kollective by ZeroZeroZero showrunner Leonardo Fasoli, the animated movie Fox and Hare Save the Forest and They Shot the Piano Player directed by Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal (the duo behind the feature Chico and Rita).

Submarine will be on site looking to meet new people. They’re especially interested in artists with 3D and Pipeline Skills but looking forward to connect with a diverse range of talents.

Present on Thursday 18 April.

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