Raoul Servais  

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"En Europe, quelques maîtres de l’animation seront mis à l’honneur, tels que Alexeieff, Jiri Trnka, Stanislas Starewitch, Jan Svankmajer, Berthold Bartosch, ou encore le français Paul Grimault et les belges Raoul Servais et Manuel Gomez, sans oublier les studios Aardman en Grande-Bretagne."--RTBf

"With "Chromophobia" (early 1965) which appeared under the most favourable conditions, these indications are even more in evidence. ... Resistance is exemplified by the scarlet jester, Uylenspiegel, who ..."-- Memo from Belgium (1970)

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Raoul Servais (1928 – 2023) was a Belgian filmmaker, animator and comics artist. He was born in Ostend, Belgium, and is a fundamental figure of the Belgian animation scene, as well as the founder of the animation faculty of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK).

He died on 17 March 2023 at his home in Leffinge.


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