Jean-Claude Rozec / 2009 / Tale / France / Without dialogues
/ 09'35" / Beta SP /
Jean-Claude Rozec was born in Lorient in 1978. He realized his first works at the university of Rennes 2, where he was studying performing arts and modern literature. In 2001, he took part in the creation of Blink, a student association which gave rise to several stop-motion animated films. Since 2002 he has been working as a story-boarder and animator on series and short-films.
He co-directed Dame Saccharine and Chevaliers with Julien Leconte in 2003, two animated films which have been selected in many festivals, including Annecy, Fipa and Trébon. With The perfect weapon, he was rewarded with the third prize of the jury and the prize of the public at Edit 8 festival in Frankfurt in 2005. In 2008, he signed the graphics on the series Ar re Shlak, written by Christophe Lemoine, and directed the first 19 episodes.
Monstre Sacré, his third short-film, obtained the Toon Boom prize in the projects competition at the Annecy animation film festival 2008.