Julie Roy

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Julie Roy at the Cinémathèque québécoise, in 2017

Julie Roy (born May 11, 1973) is a Canadian producer of animated films, who since 2014 is the executive producer of the French animation studio at the National Film Board.[1]

Born in Montreal, Roy won a Canadian Screen Award for Best Animated Short at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards in 2013 as producer of the film Paula.[2] In the same year, she was also nominated as a producer of Bydlo and Edmond Was a Donkey (fr).[3] At the 4th Canadian Screen Awards, she was nominated twice in the same category as producer of Carface (Autos Portraits) and In Deep Waters. In 2016, she was NFB co-producer on Franck Dion's The Head Vanishes.[4] In 2017, she produced Matthew Rankin's The Tesla World Light, which premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.[5]

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