This year again, SPARK Animation 2019 (October 24 – 27) will show case several films from France. The Cultural service is proud to be partner of this event.

 Net proceeds from the screenings donated to Covenant House Vancouver.

Award winning short films from France will be screened on the Animation Celebration program on Opening Night.

The Stained Club

Mélanie Lopez, Simon Boucly, Marie Ciesielski, Alice Jaunet, Chan Stéphie Peang, Béatrice Viguier Winner – Overall Student Film

Sous la glace

Luce Grosjean, Ismaïl Berrahma, Flore Dupont, Laurie Estampes, Quentin Nory, Hugo Potin Technical Excellence

Oeil pour Oeil

Thomas Boileau, Alan Guimont, Robin Courtoise, Mathieu Lecroq, Malcom Hunt, François Briantais Winner – 3D Student Film

Pour une poignée de Caramels

Nghia Bui Trung, Clara Dulaut, Martin Fettuciari, Nikita Gavard Noyer, Bérenger Guilbault, Timothée Maron, Ugo Masutti Winner – 3D Student Film


SPARK ANIMATION 2019 furthers the art and craft of animation by championing the work of animators, filmmakers, and all artists who use this magical art form to tell a story visually. In its 11th year, SPARK ANIMATION 2019 runs October 24 to 27 in Vancouver, Canada. The event includes a film festival, career fair, and two-day conference (October 26 and 27). For more information visit

About Spark CG

Founded to promote and foster Vancouver’s computer graphics community, Spark CG has organized the SPARK ANIMATION and SPARK FX (visual effects) conferences and festivals since 2008. In addition to the two annual signature events, Spark CG also hosts events that attract internationally renowned speakers and local industry professionals. To serve and support the dynamic local animation and computer graphics community, Spark CG is constantly highlighting leading artistic and technological advancements through conferences, film festivals, and events that provide insight into the evolution and latest techniques in animation and visual effects. Since its inception, the SPARK CG Society has been committed to equality and better inclusion.