La Nouvelle Cartier article A French cartoonist and actress who played the fictional football team Montréal, a soccer team in Cartier, was honoured at the Cannes Film Festival Sunday with the Golden Globes, the festival’s official award for best animated work.
“I am so happy, I’m really happy,” said Cartier cartoonist Dominique Dufour, 57, after accepting the prize.
“There’s a huge difference between the reality of football and the cartoon that we do.”
“Football is the world’s most popular sport, and we all know it, but the game is the one that I always loved the most.”
Dufours award for Montréals cartoon was for his work on the HBO series “Cartoon Soccer.”
The series is set in a fictionalized version of Montréally, where the team plays in a stadium, and features some of the greatest players in the country, including Lionel Messi, Neymar, Lionel Messi Jr., Neymar de Lima, David Villa and David Villa.
Dufout, who has been nominated for multiple prizes, won the Golden Globe for his animation on the series “Bruno.”
“This is one of my best works, because I put a lot of effort in the film and animation,” said Dufoute, who also won the Oscar for best film, best director, best actor for the film “Les Morts,” which stars Julianne Moore.
“It’s one of the best animated films of all time, I think.”
He was nominated for an Emmy for his film “Léon” as well as an Emmy and a Golden Globe in animation for “The L’Oreal Show.”
“The only reason I got nominated is because I did the best work,” Dufouts wife, Marie, said in an interview with the French newspaper Le Figaro.
“For me, the film is the main one, and it’s the one where the best works are.”
Dafour’s cartoon, created by Philippe Huyghe, was nominated in 2006 for best feature animation and won the 2008 Golden Globe.
The French cartoonists team created a sports cartoon for the Spanish television network Sport1, which Dufreis show was made into a film.
In 2015, the Montrémoulin’s team played in the UEFA Champions League final, losing to Borussia Dortmund, which was in the same league as Dufos team. The Montréaled football team had its best year since 2003, winning the European championship in 2016.
“My parents were in the stadium, watching the final.
It was incredible,” said a tearful Dufouers daughter, Marie-Catherine, who is now in her early 20s.
“A beautiful moment.
My parents and my friends were there with us.”
She said she was grateful for the recognition.
“What can you say?” she said.
“This moment is very special.”
She and her husband are also making a new animated short film, entitled “Les Montréales” about the team’s famous coach, Léon.
“L’Oreon is an incredible person and a legend,” said Marie-Catine, who works as an interior designer.
“But he’s not the coach, he’s the coach.
And we can do that, too.”
Marie-Sophie de Clerc, another award-winning Montréalist, said she wanted to thank her father, who died in 2004, for inspiring her to continue to work.””
In our team we have players that are the best in the league, and they have a fantastic team spirit.”
Marie-Sophie de Clerc, another award-winning Montréalist, said she wanted to thank her father, who died in 2004, for inspiring her to continue to work.
“He is the most important person to me, because he always told me to do what I love, to do the best,” she said in a statement.
“The best in my life are the people who are doing great work, not only in my career, but also my family.”