Léon in Wintertime

Léon in Wintertime

In this short puppet animation we meet Léon, an 8-year-old adopted bear suffering from an identity crisis. The distraught cub runs away from home in wintertime and embarks on many adventures. He stands up to an ogre and saves a princess from ending up in a pea stew. His courage eventually leads him back to his parents, who work as beekeepers. Pure, tender and as sweet as honey, this is a delightful tale.

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  • director
    Pierre-Luc Granjon
    Pascal Le Nôtre
  • script
    Antoine Lanciaux
  • art direction
    Samuel Ribeyron
    Antoine Lanciaux
    Pierre-Luc Granjon
  • music
    Normand Roger
  • sound design
    Normand Roger
  • sound editing
    Judith Gruber-Stitzer
  • voice
    Robert Naylor
    Holly Gauthier-Frankel
    Terrence Scammel
    Rick Jones
    A.J. Henderson
    Arthur Grosser
    Sonja Ball
    Mark Camacho
    Neil Shee
    Simon Peacock
    Richard M. Dumont
    Michael Rudder
    Thor Bishopric
    Maria Bircher
  • re-recording
    Serge Boivin
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • cinematographer
    Sara Sponga
  • background supervisor
    Samuel Ribeyron
  • background artist
    Sandrine Héritier
    Simon Jacquard
  • character design
    Pierre-Luc Granjon
  • animation supervisor
    Marjolaine Parot
  • animator
    Chaïtane Conversat
    Laëtitia Dupont
    François Lignier
    Françoise Grumeau
    Pierre-Luc Granjon
  • editing
    Hervé Guichard
  • digital imaging specialist
    Susan Gourley
    Pierre Plouffe
  • producer
    Emmanuel Bernard
    Pascal Le Nôtre
    Marie-Josée Corbeil
    Christine Côté
  • co-producer
    René Chénier
    Marc Bertrand
    Laurence Bégeot
    François Deplanck