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Digital Dimensions’ family grows and focuses on 3D animation films and TV-series.

Montreal, March 13th, 2018 – Digital Dimension’s service offer now focuses exclusively on 3D animation films and series. We already had the opportunity to witness the studio’s skills with the production of the kids TV-series Zafari. For the first time ever, the real-time rendering tool Unreal 4 was used through the whole process of creating a TV-series, hence why Medias are still talking about it.

With this new positioning, it was important for the brand to redefine its visual identity. Last December, Digital Dimension presented a new logo along with a new website. The idea was to display the playful kid’s TV and film universe which the studio had the chance to work in with its latest projects with a bold and colorful logo with rounded shapes that remind us of the superhero vibe. The idea behind the eternal “D” is a symbol that represents Digital Dimension’s services, a portal to a universe of infinite possibilities.



This wind of change brought with him François Garcia as the new Business Development Vice-President. He will be reinforcing the team with his vision and unrivaled experience. He was welcome in the team with the mandate of developing and exploring new territories and growing market segments, proposing new business strategies and contributing to the company’s exposure and profitability. François isn’t new in the industry; he’s been tracing his way for over thirty years now. He spent the last five years directing his teams at Mels Studio (Vision Globale) and he previously worked at Technicolor.

Digital Dimension would also like to highlight Geneviève Boisvert’s nomination as the new producer TV-series projects. Geneviève will also supervise many projects already in production within the animation studio.

Geneviève joined Digital Dimension’s ranks in 2009, and worked on many diversified projects and more recently on “Helen’s Little School”.

And finally, after the acknowledgment of her actions and the concrete expression of an outstanding journey, Digital Dimension proudly announces Virginie Lavallée’s nomination as Producer for current and future animation projects.

Virginie rapidly showed what she was capable of after joining the team in November 2016. There is no doubt her team spirit played an important role in the projects she worked on.