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Congrats MICHEL GAGNE - Oscar nominated "Sensology"

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Congrats MICHEL GAGNE - Oscar nominated "Sensology"

Postby Charles » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:32 am

A big congratulations going out to long time ANer Michel Gagne. It's just been announced this morning that his film, "Sensology" has been nominated for an Academy Award for animated short films!

Last year it was Raul Garcia, this year it's Michel's turn.

Here it is...

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Re: Congrats MICHEL GAGNE - Oscar nominated "Sensology"

Postby Charles » Wed Dec 01, 2010 2:01 am

Oops, I was informed that Michel's film is not Oscar nominated, not quite yet. It's on the list of 10 short films that are eligible for nomination for the Oscars. Sorry folks.

In any case, it was a good excuse to feature Michel's work.
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