Alan Best (filmmaker)
2 May 1959 |
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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He was educated at St. George's School (Vancouver) and trained at the Paris atelier of French poster artist Paul Colin. He was production trainee on Cet obscur objet du désir, the final film of Spanish-born director Luis Buñuel.
He began his career as an assistant animator working for Hanna-Barbera studios.
He is married to British-born writer Katrina Best (née Barton) with whom he has a son and daughter.
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