Django Films

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Django Films is a film studio run by the Oscar nominated French animator Sylvain Chomet. The studio, named after the jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, is based in Edinburgh, Chomet's adopted home. Produced The Illusionist, based upon a hitherto unproduced script by Jacques Tati. Also, "Les Triplettes de Belleville" (80 min – 2003) and "La Vielle Dame et Les Pigeons" (23 min - 1998). The Django Films studio was set up solely to make this film, and is now being dismantled.[1]

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  1. ^ Published on Thursday 18 February 2010 09:02 (2010-02-18). "New animated film depicting Edinburgh in the 50s hailed as a masterpiece - News - Scotsman.com". Edinburghnews.scotsman.com. Retrieved 2012-06-09. 

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