Ranked 1st in the world in animation by Career Review magazine, GOBELINS has gained international recognition in the field of character animation.
GOBELINS offers a complete curriculum from Bachelor's to Master's degree, an English and a French course with a double degree, as well as a dedicated preparatory programme.
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"THE SOLOISTS" wins the 2023 Annie Awards
GOBELINS and NETFLIX are offering new scholarship opportunities for African Animators!
GOBELINS and NETFLIX celebrate 5 years of partnership for diversity in the animation industry!
Special effects workshop for our Bachelor in Animation students
Two GOBELINS student films nominated for the Annie Awards!
GOBELINS Paris and MBC Academy sign a partnership
GOBELINS Paris Open House: come and visit the school on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th January!
Red Sea International Film Festival
More than 40 years of animation
The animation department at GOBELINS was born thanks to Asterix!
Uderzo and Goscinny were looking for young artists for the Idefix studios they had just created in 1973. They approached the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry. A few months later, the "Animated Film" department at GOBELINS was created.
In 1976, when the first class of animation students graduated, the industry was still in its infancy. GOBELINS was then the only school to train in the techniques of animated film thanks to the enthusiasm of passionate self-taught professionals.
It was in this atmosphere that the classes of students followed one another and very quickly forged the school's reputation for excellence, each contributing to the development of projects that would mark their era.
From decade to decade, the school has evolved its teaching, following technological advances, particularly those brought about by digital technology, while reconciling them with artistic issues.
Each year the Gobelins School welcomes a renowned filmmaker to be the “patron” of its Master of Arts graduating class. Patrons advises the students as they work on their thesis films, the culmination of their studies. Giving feedback and guidance the patrons help students as they write, direct, and promote their thesis films.
Guillermo del TORO
Peter Lord is the co-founder of the Academy Award winning studio, Aardman Animations. He has produced/executive produced all of Aardman’s films including Wallace And Gromit, Chicken Run, and Flushed Away.
Gobelins graduate Pierre Coffin was nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film for his film Despicable Me. He also received Annie Award and BAFTA Award nominations for
Best Animated Feature for Despicable Me. In addition he received an Annie Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Voice Acting for his portrayal of all the minion characters. He was nominated again for Annie Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Voice Acting for his portrayals of the minions in Despicable Me 2 and Minions.
Tomm Moore is the co-founder of the animation studio, Cartoon Saloon. His films The Secret of Kells, Song of the Sea, and Wolfwalkers were all nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film.