Smiley Guy Studios

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Smiley Guy Studios was founded in 1998 by graduates of Norman Jewison’s Canadian Film Centre, and they produce their own original content.

Background[edit]

Smiley Guy Studios was founded in the year of 1998. The company combines the skills of animation, design, writing, sound, music, and interactive media. Ever since the year of the foundation of the company, Smiley Guy Studios has expanded its size and proficiency to deal with vector-based animation, computer-generated imagery, and multi-platform production that keeps up with the expanding technology of modern times. Smiley Guy Studios not only produces its own original work, but they collaborate with clients to produce new media.[1] Smiley Guy Studios uses an all digital workflow that produces either standard or HD formats of media. [2] Smiley Guy Studios is a production company that focuses on animation, design, writing, sound, music, and multimedia. [3]

Clients[edit]

Smiley Guy Studios' clients include the following:

  • My Damn Channel
  • CTV / The Comedy Network
  • NBC Universal
  • Entertainment One
  • Astral
  • NFB
  • Spinmaster
  • Molson Coors
  • CBC
  • Leo Burnett
  • AOL
  • J. Walter Thompson
  • TVO
  • Bravo
  • Ford
  • Kellogg
  • Corus
  • Shaw Media
  • Rogers
  • Warner Bros
  • NASCAR
  • Various professional North American sports teams[4]

Productions[edit]

Smiley Guy Studios has created their original work such as Odd Job Jack, The World of Bruce McCall, and Pillars of Freedom while also working with clients on a variety of animated TV, film and new media projects such as Turbo Dogs, Skatoony, "The Dating Guy", Hotbox (TV series), Sons of Butcher (TV series) and The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About". Smiley Guy Studios. Retrieved 6 September 2013. 
  2. ^ "Services". Smiley Guy Studios. Retrieved 6 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Smiley Guy Studios". The Animation Industry Database. Retrieved 6 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "Projects". Smiley Guy Studios. Retrieved 6 September 2013. 

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