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The Wobble Incident

2009 4 min
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The Wobble Incident is an erratic journey through layers of cinematic illusion. When the First Sound rings out in a silent cartoon world, two characters experience momentous change as their universe goes bananas. NOTE: While the original version of this film is a 3D animation produced on Sandde, the streaming version is available in 2D only.

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The Wobble Incident

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The Wobble Incident is an erratic journey through layers of cinematic illusion. When the First Sound rings out in a silent cartoon world, two characters experience momentous change as their universe goes bananas. NOTE: While the original version of this film is a 3D animation produced on Sandde, the streaming version is available in 2D only.
  • director
    Claire Blanchet
    Sam Vipond
  • producer
    Maral Mohammadian
    Kat Baulu
  • associate producer
    Melisa Forero
  • production designer
    Claire Blanchet
  • animator
    Claire Blanchet
  • sound designer
    Sam Vipond
  • music composer
    Sam Vipond
  • consulting filmmaker
    Steve Woloshen
  • sound editor
    Don Ayer
  • sound mixer
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • online editor
    Denis Pilon
  • technical coordinator
    Steve Hallé
  • technical consultant
    Paul Kroitor
  • technical support
    Marylin Drolet
  • digital editing technician
    Isabelle Painchaud
  • marketing manager
    Mia Desroches
    Moira Keigher
  • program administrator
    Stephanie Brown
  • senior production coordinator
    Camila Blos
  • production coordinator
    Stefanie Brantner
    Heather Gibb
    Christine Williams
  • legal counsel
    Peter Kallianiotis
    Stéphanie L'Écuyer
  • online Web marketing manager
    Matthew Forsythe
  • partnerships officer
    Cecilia Ramirez
  • digital vaults coordinator
    Natalie Tessier
  • CineRobotheque
    Claudine Thériault
  • executive producer
    Ravida Din
  • workshop presenter
    Mila Aung-Thwin
    Joe Balass
    Philippe Baylaucq
    Daniel Cross
    Munro Ferguson
    Brett Gaylor
    Simon Goulet
    Steve Hallé
    Remy Khouzam
    Alanis Obomsawin
    Tina Piper
    Sayedali Rawji
    Katarina Soukup
    Jean Paul Vialard
    Donald McWilliams
  • intern
    Susannah Heath-Eves
    Ashifa Kassam
    Dara Moats
    Stephanie Scott
    Adam Shamash
    Pegah Sonboltar

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Education

Ages 16 to 17
Students reflect on how sound can illustrate a story while screening clip, take notes. Students create short animation using sound; make two soundtracks to change emotions/movie. Students research Canadian animators through the NFB and present to class their work, use of sound in their animations. Students’ research and report on history of sound in cinema and animation. Students choose a silent film and present to class short clip with explanation.