|Directed by||Richard Condie|
|Produced by||Ches Yetman|
|Distributed by||National Film Board of Canada|
A more enigmatic work than Condie's popular short The Big Snit, The Apprentice/L'Apprenti is a series of animated blackout sketches, telling the story of a medieval jester and his young apprentice. The "dialogue" is supplied by gargling noises, sampled on a computer.
The film received a Blizzard Award for Best Animation at the 1993 Manitoba Motion Picture Industry Association Film & Video Awards.
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