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Felix Massie studied animation at the University of Wales, Newport and graduated in 2007
after completing his Sundance selected graduation film, Keith Reynolds can't make it tonight.
He moved to Bristol that year and worked at Arthur Cox and Aardman Animations animating
and directing commercials, broadcast and online content. He also made his second film
there; The surprise demise of Francis Cooper's mother (2008) and was an animation director
on the BAFTA winning TATE Movie Project website (2011).
He moved to Nexus Studios in London in 2011 where he finished his third film, In The Air Is
Christopher Gray (2013) which went on to win the Grand Prix at Encounters Film Festival
making it eligible for an Oscar.
Most recently he has written and illustrated two children's books published by Frances
Lincoln, and directed a 360 VR film for Google Spotlight Stories called, Rain or Shine (2016).