Thai animation

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The Thai animation (Thai: แอนิเมชันไทย) industry began after World War II when artist Sanae Klaikluen was asked by the Thai government to make a short animated cartoon that instructed Thai citizens to wear hats and farmers to wear boots.

Studios[edit]

Animations[edit]

Animation films[edit]

Year Title Director(s) Studio Technique Notes
1979 The Adventure of Sudsakorn (สุดสาคร) Payut Ngaokrachang Traditional animation The only cel-animated feature film ever made in Thailand
2006 Khan Kluay (ก้านกล้วย) Kompin Kemgumnird Kantana Animation CG animation An Indian redubbed version Jumbo was released in 2008.[1]
2007 The Life of Buddha (พระพุทธเจ้า) Kritsaman Wattananarong Media Standard Co., Ltd. CG animation
2008 Nak (นาค) Natthaphong Ratanachoksirikul Sahamongkol Film International CG animation [2]
2009 Khan Kluay 2 (ก้านกล้วย 2) Taweelap Srivuthivong Kantana Animation CG animation An Indian redubbed version Jumbo 2: The Return of the Big Elephant was released in 2011.
2012 Echo Planet (เอคโค่ จิ๋วก้องโลก) Kompin Keamkumned Kantana Animation CG animation
Yak: The Giant King (ยักษ์) Prapas Cholsaranont Workpoint Entertainment CG animation

Animation cartoons[edit]

Animators[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amul Sharma (8 December 2008). "Akshay Kumar's Jumbo is official remake of Thai movie". Mid Day. Retrieved 30 August 2012. 
  2. ^ Nak Movie poster
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