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Felix Massie

Google Spotlight Stories - Rain or Shine - 360° VR Short Film

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The Insurance Emporium - Mr Benn

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Best British short film at LIAF - In The Air is Christopher Gray

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Iron Bru - Sir Swigs-a-lot

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Sigur Ros - Music Matters

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Short Film - The Surprise Demise of Francis Cooper’s Mother

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- Terry Perkins and his Upside Down Frown

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Biography

Felix Massie studied animation at the University of Wales, Newport and graduated in 2007 after completing his graduation film, Keith Reynolds Can’t Make It Tonight. He moved to Bristol that year and worked at Arthur Cox and Aardman animating and directing commercials, broadcast and online content. He also made two more films there; The Surprise Demise of Francis Cooper’s Mother (2008) and The Ongoing Life of Peter Peel: can, can, can’t (2010) and was an animation director on the BAFTA Nominated TATE Movie Project (2011).

He moved to London in 2011 where he finished his fourth film, In The Air Is Christopher Gray (2013), at Nexus. and also directed Rain or Shine, Nexus’ interactive 360° mobile VR short film made for Google Spotlight Stories. Most recently, he directed a recreation of the much loved 1970s children's cartoon Mr Benn in two spots for the Insurance Emporium. 

Recognition

  • 2013In the Air is Christopher Gray - Grand Prix - Short Film
  • 2009Keith Reynolds Can't Make it tonight - Sundance - Short Film (Nomination)
  • 2013In the Air is Christopher Gray - London International Animation Festival - Short Film
  • 2009Keith Reynold Can't Make it Tonight - Best Student Short Film Animation
  • 2008Keith Reynolds Can't Make it Tonight - RTS Student Award - Best Animation