Canadian Animation: The Struggles of Earning Recognition from Audiences

Discussing the history of how Canadian animation stood out from its more successful neighbours in the United States and Japan. While also analyzing why is Canadian animation overlooked from its creative possibilities and cultural identity, to being remembered only for its Adobe Flash animated shows that is considered cheap entertainment.

  • I think that its also important for whoever writes this to discuss Sheridan - it's renowned for its animation program and many of its students are hired to work in the US. As a result, much of the talent in Canada spread and sourced throughout other more well known animation companies. – DullahanLi 7 years ago
  • I think this is a very important topic. I also think that it could be parlayed into asking where Canadian comic book talent is as well. I think somebody should tackle this one – DClarke 7 years ago
  • There are also Canadian animation companies that are well-known, such as 9 Story Media Group (who have Arthur on their slate). It will be good do research on these companies and what they produce. – YsabelGo 7 years ago

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