Cuppa Coffee Studio

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Cuppa Coffee Studios (a.k.a. Cuppa Coffee Animation) is a Canadian animation studio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; it was founded by Adam Shaheen and Bruce Alcock in 1992. It specializes in both stop-motion animation and 2D animation.[1]

Cuppa Coffee Studios has produced for networks around the globe including Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, CBC, HBO, ABC, MTV, The N, Cartoon Network and MuchMusic, among others. Cuppa Coffee Studios has won over 200 international awards in animation, such as the Pucinella Award for Best Special in 2006 and the Prix D'honeur at Annecy. The Studio is widely recognized as the largest Stop Motion Animation Studio in the world specializing in TV production.[citation needed] Cuppa Coffee also produces 2-D Flash Animation (Ugly Americans) (Bruno) (Bruno and the Banana Bunch). The studio is working with New York based Archetypeme producing stop-motion music videos.

Productions by Cuppa Coffee Studios[edit]

2010's
2000's
1990's
  • Crashbox (1999–2001) (40x22 episodes)
  • Trevor! (1999)
  • HBO Family 411 (1999–2000)
  • Sam Digital in the 21st Century (1997)

Commercial work[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Animators Unearthed: Bruce Alcock". Animation World Network. 4 January 2006. Retrieved 31 March 2014. 

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