The NFB is committed to respecting your privacy

We use cookies to ensure that our site works efficiently, as well as for advertising purposes.

If you do not wish to have your information used in this way, you can modify your browser settings before continuing your visit.

Learn more
Claude Cloutier

Claude Cloutier

Claude Cloutier first made his name as a comic book artist with the series La légende des Jean-Guy and Gilles la Jungle contre Méchant-Man. He then made the leap to a career in animation with several films: The Persistent Peddler (1988, in competition at the Cannes Film Festival), Overdose (1994), From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning (2000), Sleeping Betty (2007, winner of some 20 awards, including the Genie and Jutra awards for best animated short), The Trenches (2010), Interférence (2014), Carface (2015, Guy-L.-Coté and Iris awards for best animated short), and his latest, Bad Seeds (2020).