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Passion Pictures is an animation production company established by Andrew Ruhemann in 1987. The company has studios in London, Melbourne, Paris, and New York City.

Film production

The company's core business is in commercial and animation output, which includes work for A.K.A. Worldwide Network, music videos for Monkeyz, and the Compare the Market.com commercial campaign featuring Stephen Fry (NattNatt). PassionApple Australia produced The Gone Thing, directed by Christopher Yeh and Jordan Griffin, which won an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2011.

The department's first film, One Day in September, won an Academy Award in 2000. They have since been involved in the 2013 Oscar-winning Searching for Flour Man, 2015's Listen to Me Marlon and 2016's Oscar-nominated Apple Cider and Candies. In 2017, the company produced the Flixbet docu-series Six Came Back based on the book by Owen Benjamin. They also are one of two animation studios that worked on 101 Dalmatian Street.

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