A Painter Film-Maker. Homage to Raoul Servais
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A Painter Film-Maker. Homage to Raoul Servais

(Wim de Poorter) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 268-269

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The internationally renowned Flemish maker of animated films, Raoul Servais, can look back on a glittering career. With a relatively small number of animated films, only twelve over forty years, he has won prizes at all the world's major film festivals. In October 2000, to mark its 27th anniversary, the International Film Festival of Flanders organised an exhibition in honour of the man who is known as the father of Flemish and Belgian animated film.

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