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1st December 2008

Chuck Gammage Animation Announces New Toronto Address

Chuck Gammage Animation’s new facility will coincide with the studio’s recently stronger focus on nontraditional and 3D animation.

TorontoChuck Gammage Animation, an internationally acclaimed animation production company and commercial animation service facility, announced today that it is changing its downtown Toronto address.

After three years at its current downtown location, the company is moving to a state-of-the-art production facility in Toronto’s Trinity-Niagara neighbourhood, an up-and-coming hub for Canada’s design, entertainment and high-tech industries.

“We’re excited to be moving to this vibrant new location where we’ll be down the street from some of the world’s premiere entertainment companies,” Tammy Semen, producer. “This move also comes at a time when Chuck Gammage is switching its focus to emerging forms of digital animation while recruiting outstanding new talent. So this new space will reflect the company’s fresh outlook.”

Along with a new focus on digital and 3D animation, the company says it is looking to break into more animated television series. It is also planning a full redesign of its website to showcase its use of new digital technologies, its newly updated animation reel, and the varied talents of its recent hires. Chuck has earned international acclaim for developing cutting-edge techniques for integrating live action, computer animation and classical animation for such famed feature projects as Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Space Jam, FernGully: The Last Rainforest. Commercial clients have included Coca-Cola, Campbell’s Soup, Listerine and Kellogg.

The company will retain its previous phone number, fax numbers and all employee phone extensions and email addresses.

Chuck Gammage Animation can now be reached at:

49 Niagara Street, 2nd floor
Toronto ON, M5V 1C2
t: 416 593 9627 / f: 416 593 9629

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