NWAVE

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NWAVENew Ways of Analyzing Variation in English (conference)
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NWave has been a critical part of Studiocanal's strategy to become a major player in the arena.
In line with Studiocanal's policy of managing risk and producing films for the right cost, nWave has been making studio-style 3D films with budgets "anywhere from 20% to 30% of what the average international American animated film costs," Stassen says.
Since inking an exclusive partnership with Studiocanal in 2010, Ben Stassen has raised his Belgian mini-studio nWave to a new level, stepping into feature animation with 3D toon hit "A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures" and its upcoming sequel "Sammy's Adventures 2." In addition to the volume, the pace of work has increased.
At February's Berlin fest, StudioCanal unveiled a long-term development, co-financing and worldwide distribution deal with Ben Stassen's NWave. Europe's digital 3D pioneer.
Euro major StudioCanal recently announced a follow-up to 3D turtle tale "Sammy's Adventures" (also known as "Around the World in 50 Years") with Ben Stassen's nWave. And just after Berlin wrapped, producers Aton Soumache and Dimitri Rassam revealed a 3D feature toon version of "The Little Prince."
A Summit Entertainment release and presentation of an nWave Pictures production, in association with Illuminata Pictures.
Kinepolis took advantage of "Beowulf' to launch 3-D last year, following up in Belgium with "Fly Me to the Moon," a family animation conceived in 3D by local toon shop nWave. It found a willing public, with 87,946 admissions in its first two months.
After years of tinkering on its first full-length animated feature, Belgian stereoscopic specialist nWave has finally pegged a U.S.
TOP SHOT ZRobert's icy landscape PRIZEZ Dundee man Shahbaz Majeed's Tay Bridge photo ATMOSPHERIC n Woodland scene by Cheshire man Peter Clark was praised BIG SPLASH nWaves lash Guernsey ILLUMINATED n Londoner Howard Kingsnorth shot of the City of London