Cartoon Saloon

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Cartoon Saloon
TypePrivate
IndustryMedia and Entertainment
Founded1999
FounderPaul Young
Tomm Moore
Nora Twomey
Headquarters,
Ireland
ProductsAnimated feature films TV series Short films
Number of employees
400[1]
Websitecartoonsaloon.ie

Cartoon Saloon is an Irish animation film, short film and television studio based in Kilkenny which provides film TV and short film services. The studio is best known for its animated feature films The Secret of Kells, Song of the Sea, The Breadwinner and Wolfwalkers. Their works have received five Academy Award nominations, their first four feature length works all received nominations for Best Animated Feature[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] and one for Best Animated Short Film (Late Afternoon).[10][11][12] The company also developed the cartoon series Skunk Fu!, Puffin Rock, Dorg Van Dango and Vikingskool. As of 2020, the studio employs 300 animators.

History[edit]

Cartoon Saloon was established in Kilkenny during 1999 by Tomm Moore, Nora Twomey,[13] and Paul Young.[14] The three were all alumni of the Ballyfermot College of Further Education’s animation degree course.[15] Cartoon Saloon began working on a trailer for its first feature film, The Secret of Kells, that same year.[16] However, the film did not enter full production until 2005; the company animated corporate work such as advertisements as they searched for funding.[16] Meanwhile the studio of 12 animators relied on commercial and corporate work including web-site design and CD ROM production with Paul Young focusing on illustration whilst Tomm Moore undertook the animation.[17]

Both The Secret of Kells and the studio’s second feature Song of the Sea were inspired by The Thief and the Cobbler and Mulan while the founders were in university.[18] Tomm Moore, the director of both films, said "Some friends in college and I were inspired by Richard Williams' unfinished masterpiece The Thief and the Cobbler and the Disney movie Mulan, which took indigenous traditional art as the starting point for a beautiful style of 2D animation. I felt that something similar could be done with Irish art."[19] A 2001 meeting with Les Armateurs proved instrumental in the effort to secure funding for The Secret of Kells, and the company helped in the production of the final film.[20]

Logo prior to 2018

The success and Oscar nomination of the film in 2009 led to major offers for Cartoon Saloon, but the studio chose to remain independent.[21] This led to a difficult time financially for the company for a few years with the partners having to take out personal loans to keep the studio afloat.[22]

As of 2021, Cartoon Saloon is in production of its TV series, Vikingskool and Nora Twomey's second feature for Netflix, My Father's Dragon.[23]

Services[edit]

The studio provides animation, illustration and design services for clients ranging from Disney to BBC to Cartoon Network.[24]

Cartoon Saloon also provided the graphics for the successful Emperor of the Irish exhibition at Trinity College Dublin, in 2014.[25]

Filmography[edit]

Feature films[edit]

Released films[edit]

# Title Release date Budget Gross Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
1 The Secret of Kells[a] 3 March 2009
19 March 2010 (US)
$8 million[26] $3.5 million[26] 90%[27] 81[28]
2 Song of the Sea[a] 19 December 2014 (US)
10 July 2015 (UK & Ireland)
$7.5 million $4.4 million[29] 99%[30] 85[31]
3 The Breadwinner[a] 17 November 2017 (US)
25 May 2018 (UK & Ireland)
$10 million $4.4 million[32] 95%[33] 78[34]
4 Wolfwalkers[a][35][36][37] 30 October 2020 (UK Limited)
13 November 2020 (US Limited)
4 December 2020 (Ireland Limited)
11 December 2020 (Apple TV+)[38]
€10 million[39] $231,380[40] 99%[41] 87[42]

Upcoming films[edit]

# Title Release Ref.
5 My Father's Dragon 2022 [43]

Short films[edit]

# Title Release date
1 From Darkness 13 July 2002 (2002-07-13)
2 Backwards Boy (also known as Cúilín Dualach) 16 October 2004 (2004-10-16)
3 Old Fangs 1 July 2009 (2009-07-01)
4 Somewhere Down the Line 12 July 2014 (2014-07-12)
5 The Ledge End of Phil: From Accounting 15 November 2014 (2014-11-15)
6 Late Afternoon[a][44] 2018 (2018)
7 There's a Monster In My Kitchen[45] 22 October 2020 (2020-10-22)

Television series[edit]

# Title Premiere date End date Network
1 Skunk Fu! 2007 2008 CBBC
2 Puffin Rock 2015[46] 2016 RTÉjr/Nick Jr./Netflix
3 Ellie the Ace[47]
4 Dorg Van Dango[48][49][50] 2020 Nickelodeon/Family Channel, co-produced with Wildbrain
5 Vikingskool[51] 2022 Disney+

Television Pilots[edit]

Title Note
Eddie of the Realms Eternal[52] Pitched to Amazon
Winnie the Pooh[53] Pitched to Walt Disney Television Animation

Related works[edit]

Cooperative works[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Nick And Noel Toil And Trouble Background work Animation production by Melusine Productions, A Film Roman & DIC
2010 Santa's Apprentice[54] Co-production Animation production by Gaumont Alphanim
2012 Moon Man[55][56] Co-production Animation production by Schesch Filmkreation
2014 The Prophet Segment (On Love) Animation production by Ventanarosa
2021 Belle[57][58] Background work Animation production by Studio Chizu

Awards and nominations[edit]

The Secret of Kells[edit]

Wins
Nominations

Song of the Sea[edit]

Year Award Category Recipients Results
2014 Festival International des Voix du Cinéma d'Animation (Port Leucate, France)[63] Prix Spécial du Jury Song of the Sea Won
2015 42nd Annual Annie Awards[64] Best Animated Feature Tomm Moore, Paul Young Nominated
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Tomm Moore, Marie Thorhauge, Sandra Anderson, Rosa Ballester Cabo Nominated
Directing in an Animated Feature Production Tomm Moore Nominated
Music in a Feature Production Bruno Coulais & Kíla Nominated
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Adrien Merigeau Nominated
Writing in an Animated Feature Production Will Collins Nominated
Editorial in an Animated Feature Production Darragh Byrne Nominated
19th Satellite Awards[65] Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature Song of the Sea Won
40th César Awards[66] Best Animated Feature Film Song of the Sea Nominated
87th Academy Awards[67] Best Animated Feature Tomm Moore and Paul Young Nominated[5]
12th Irish Film & Television Awards[68] Best Film Song of the Sea Won
Best Film Script Will Collins Nominated
28th European Film Awards[69] Best Animated Feature Film Song of the Sea Won
2016 6th Magritte Awards[70] Best Foreign Film in Coproduction Song of the Sea Nominated
21st Empire Awards[71][72] Best Animated Film Song of the Sea Nominated
2017 2nd Irish Animation Awards[73] Best Irish Feature Film or Special Song of the Sea Won

The Breadwinner[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients Result Ref.
Academy Awards 4 March 2018 Best Animated Feature Nora Twomey and Anthony Leo Nominated [74]
Annie Awards 3 February 2018 Best Animated Feature — Independent The Breadwinner Won [75]
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Reza Riahi, Louise Bagnall, Alice Dieudonné Nominated
Directing in an Animated Feature Production Nora Twomey Nominated
Music in an Animated Feature Production Mychael Danna, Jeff Danna Nominated
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Ciaran Duffy, Julien Regnard, Daby Zainab Faidhi Nominated
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Julien Regnard Nominated
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Saara Chaudry Nominated
Laara Sadiq Nominated
Writing in an Animated Feature Production Anita Doron Nominated
Editorial in an Animated Feature Production Darragh Byrne Nominated
Canadian Screen Awards 11 March 2018 Best Picture Andrew Rosen, Anthony Leo, Paul Young, Tomm Moore, Stéphan Roelants Nominated [76][77]
Best Adapted Screenplay Anita Doron Won
Best Editing Darragh Byrne Nominated
Best Sound Editing Nelson Ferreira, John Elliot, J. R. Fountain, Dashen Naidoo, Tyler Whitham Won
Best Original Score Mychael Danna, Jeff Danna Won
Best Original Song "The Crown Sleeps", Qais Essar and Joshua Hill Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 11 January 2018 Best Animated Feature The Breadwinner Nominated [78]
Golden Globe Awards 7 January 2018 Best Animated Feature Film The Breadwinner Nominated [79]
Golden Tomato Awards 3 January 2018 Best Animated Movie 2017 The Breadwinner 4th Place [80]
Irish Animation Awards 23 March 2019 Best Irish Feature Film or Special The Breadwinner Won [81]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 13 January 2018 Best Animated Film The Breadwinner Won [82]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 8 December 2017 Best Animated Feature The Breadwinner Nominated [83]

Wolfwalkers[edit]

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
Academy Awards April 25, 2021 Best Animated Feature Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Paul Young and Stéphan Roelants Nominated [84]
AFI Fest October 23, 2020 Narrative Feature Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart Won [85]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 4, 2021 Best Animated Feature Film Wolfwalkers Nominated [86]
Best Animated Female Eva Whittaker Nominated
Honor Kneafsey Nominated
American Cinema Editors Awards April 17, 2021 Best Edited Animated Feature Film Darragh Byrne, Richie Cody, Darren Holmes, ACE Nominated [87]
Annie Awards April 16, 2021 Best Animated Feature – Independent Wolfwalkers Won [88]
Best FX for Feature Kim Kelly, Leena Lecklin, Frédéric Plumey, Almu Redondo and Nicole Storck Nominated
Best Character Animation - Feature Emmanuel Asquier-Brassart Nominated
Best Character Design - Feature Federico Pirovano Won
Best Direction - Feature Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart Won
Best Music - Feature Bruno Coulais and Kíla Nominated
Best Production Design - Feature María Pareja, Ross Stewart and Tomm Moore Won
Best Storyboarding - Feature Guillaume Lorin Nominated
Best Voice Acting - Feature Eva Whittaker Won
Best Writing - Feature Will Collins Nominated
Art Directors Guild Awards April 10, 2021 Excellence in Production Design for an Animated Film Ross Stewart, Tomm Moore and Maria Pareja Nominated [89]
Austin Film Critics Association Awards March 19, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Won [90]
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards December 13, 2020 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Runner-up [91]
British Academy Film Awards April 11, 2021 Best Animated Film Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart and Paul Young Nominated [92]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards December 21, 2020 Best Animated Film Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Nora Twomey and Paul Young Won [93]
Critics' Choice Super Awards January 10, 2021 Best Animated Movie Wolfwalkers Nominated [94]
Best Voice Actress in an Animated Movie Honor Kneafsey Nominated
Eva Whittaker Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards February 10, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Runner-up [95]
Detroit Film Critics Society Awards March 8, 2021 Best Animated Feature Wolfwalkers Nominated [96]
Dorian Awards April 18, 2021 Most Visually Striking Film Wolfwalkers Nominated [97]
Dublin Film Critics' Circle Awards December 18, 2020 Best Irish Film Wolfwalkers Won [98]
European Film Awards April 25, 2021 Young Audience Award Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart Nominated [99]
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards December 21, 2020 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Runner-up [100]
Georgia Film Critics Association March 12, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Nominated [101]
Golden Globe Awards February 28, 2021 Best Animated Feature Wolfwalkers Nominated [102]
Gotham Awards January 11, 2021 Audience Award Wolfwalkers Nominated [103]
Best International Feature Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart, Paul Young, Nora Twomey and Stéphan Roelants Nominated
Hollywood Critics Association Awards March 5, 2021 Best Animated or VFX Performance Honor Kneafsey Nominated [104]
Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Won
Hollywood Music in Media Awards January 27, 2021 Original Score - Animated Film Bruno Coulais Nominated [105]
Houston Film Critics Society Awards January 18, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Nominated [106]
IndieWire Critics Poll December 14, 2020 Best International Feature Wolfwalkers 7th place [107]
International Cinephile Society Awards February 20, 2021 Best Animated Film Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart Nominated [108]
International Film Music Critics Association Awards February 18, 2021 Best Original Score for an Animated Film Bruno Coulais Won [109]
Irish Animation Awards May 21, 2021 Best Animation Sequence Wolfwalkers Won [110]
Best Art Direction and Design Wolfwalkers Won
Best Editing Wolfwalkers Won
Best Irish Feature or Special Wolfwalkers Won
Best Music Wolfwalkers Nominated
Best Sound Design Wolfwalkers Nominated
Best Storyboarding Wolfwalkers Nominated
Irish Film & Television Awards July 4, 2021 Best Film Wolfwalkers Won [111]
Best Film Director Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart Nominated
Best Film Script Will Collins Nominated
London Critics Circle Film Awards February 7, 2021 Technical Achievement Award Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart Nominated [112]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards December 20, 2020 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Won [113]
National Board of Review January 26, 2021 Top 10 Independent Films Wolfwalkers Won [114]
New York Film Critics Circle Awards December 18, 2020 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Won [115]
Online Film Critics Society Awards January 25, 2021 Best Animated Feature Wolfwalkers Nominated [116]
Producers Guild of America Awards March 24, 2021 Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures Paul Young, Nora Twomey, Tomm Moore, and Stéphan Roelants Nominated [117]
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards January 11, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Won [118]
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle Awards January 18, 2021 Best Animated Feature Wolfwalkers Nominated [119]
Satellite Awards February 15, 2021 Best Animated or Mixed Media Film Wolfwalkers Won [120]
Seattle Film Critics Society Awards February 15, 2021 Best Animated Feature Wolfwalkers Won [121]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards January 17, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Nominated [122]
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards February 7, 2021 Best Animated Film Wolfwalkers Won [123]
Ursa Major Awards May 2, 2021 Best Motion Picture Wolfwalkers Won [124]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards February 8, 2021 Best Animated Feature Wolfwalkers Nominated [125]
Best Voice Performance Honor Kneafsey Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle Awards March 7, 2021 Best Animated Female Eva Whittaker Runner-up [126]
Honor Kneafsey Nominated

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Oscar nominee

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