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A Town Called Panic

ORIGINAL TITLE:
Panique au village
Belgia / 2009 / 75 min
DIRECTOR:
Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar
The adventures of a plastic cowboy, a plastic indian and a plastic horse

A TOWN CALLED PANIC is based on the French TV-series of the same name. And much like its television counterpart, the film chronicles the adventures of a cowboy, an indian and a horse – all made out of good, old fashioned plastic. And if anyone's in doubt, it's not easy being a cowboy, indian or a horse. Especially not when mister cowboy and mister indian attempt to throw a birthday party for mister horse, but end up burning down his house instead.

Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar

Stéphane Aubier is a French director and animator who has worked in animation since the late 80s. He often works with Vincent Patar, and has directed such television series as "Pic Pic André shoow" and the "A Town Called Panic"-series. His first animated film project of any length was the 50 minute PIC-PIC, ANDRÉ ET LEURS AMIS. A TOWN CALLED PANIC is his first feature length movie.

Vincent Patar is a French director and animator who has worked in animation since the late 80s. He often works with  Stéphane Aubier, and has directed such television series as "Pic Pic André shoow" and the "A Town Called Panic"-series. His first animated film project of any length was the 50 minute PIC-PIC, ANDRÉ ET LEURS AMIS. A TOWN CALLED PANIC is his first feature length movie.