Alain Delannoy


Alain Delannoy is a Canadian independent animation filmmaker. Born in Winnipeg, Canada, Delannoy studied at the University of Manitoba’s School of Art. He has created several short animated films, which have screened internationally in such festivals as the Palm Springs International Shortfest, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the official competition at the Montreal World Film Festival and the Foyle Film Festival in Northern Ireland. His film « FRACTION » (2012) was awarded the prize for Best Experimental Film at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and was presented in the Best of the World Program at the Hiroshima Animation Festival in Japan. Currently, Delannoy teaches animation and video production at Université de Saint-Boniface in Manitoba, Canada.



Visit for a full list of awards won by Alain Delannoy.

  • Best Animated Short

    For "The Talk". Warsaw Film Festival (2016), Poland.

  • First Prize – Best Animation

    For "The Talk". Flicker’s Rhode Island International Film Festival (2016), RI, USA.

  • Windy Award for Best Animation/Experimental Film

    For "The Talk". Winnipeg Film Group (2017), MB, Canada.

  • Grand Prize – Best Experimental

    For Fraction. Flicker’s Rhode Island International Film Festival (2012), RI, USA.

  • Prix Du Jury – Jury Prize & ‘épi D’or’ Prix Du Public – Audience Choice

    For Fraction. Cinémental Film Festival, Winnipeg, MB (2012).

  • Best Animation

    Blizzard Award, Manitoba Motion Pictures Industries Association (1999), Winnipeg, Canada.

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