Stefan Fjeldmark

January 6, 1964

CEO of EyeCandyFilm (2008-currently).
Animator, Character Designer, Animation Posing Artist, Layout Artist,
Director, Writer, Producer, Storyboard, Visual Effects Supervisor, Digital Compositor, Actor.

Bio Summary:
Stefan Fjeldmark was born January 6th in 1964 as Stefan Alvaro Fjeldmark. His most notable works being: Help! I’m a Fish, Terkel in Trouble, and Asterix and the Vikings, and Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest.

Early Life/Family: Unknown Education/Training: Unknown

Career Outline:
Stefan Fjeldmark has a lifelong experience directing, writing, and producing feature films, TV series, short films and computer games, in a variety of styles of animation, mixed media and live action.

Jump starting his career with Valhalla as a supervising animator in 1986. Then, in 1987, he was working on a series of Quark movies in various positions. In the 90’s he continued to show his versatility in featured films such as FernGully, Once Upon a Forest, All Dogs Go to Heaven, Thumbelina, A Troll in Central Park, and Balto. He continued working on Asterix and Terkel films during this time as well. Recently, 2008 to now, he has began dipping into several short animations, drama, and horror films. These include A Children’s World, and The Flame and the Cotton Ball.

Recently he has been working on Talking Tom and Friends cartoon series as a director. He has also been directing projects such as Platy & Pus, Dog Days, and The Gigantic Pear.

Comments on Style:
"Scandinavian animation doesn't have a single style, like say Pixar does or Japanese anime, which may have made it harder to brand it internationally," says Stefan Fjeldmark, head of Zentropa's new Rambuk division, which focuses on animated productions. "But the level of animation here has always been high and it has always been diverse." (2009) Fjeldmark follows his statement diligently, seeing his works, one could easily see he is incredibly flexible with his art to create a consistency with other animators.

Influences: Unknown

Personality: Unknown

Anecdotes: None available

Miscellaneous: None available

2012 Proto (Character Designer/Creative Producer/Actor)
2011 Bolette the Beauty (Animator)
2008 Journey to Saturn (Storyboard Artist)
2005 Tarzan II (Storyboard Artist)
2002 Eight Crazy Nights (Animator)
2002 A Fish Tale (Posing Artist)
1998 Quest for Camelot (Animator)
1996 Jungledryet 2 – den store filmhelt (Animator/Director/Storyboard Artist)
1996 All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 (Layout Artist)
1995 Balto (Animator)
1994 A Troll in Central Park (Character Animator)
1994 Asterix Conquers America (Animator)
1994 Thumbelina (Character Animator)
1993 The Jungle Creature: Hugo (Animator/Director)
1993 Once Upon a Forrest (Animator)
1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest (Lead Character Animator for “The Goanna” and “Pips”/Storyboard Artist)
1990 Peter in Magicland (Head Animator)
1990 The Wonderful Tale of Music (Storyboard Artist)
1989-1990 Benjamin Blümchen (Animator)
1987 Merry Quarkmas (Animator)
1986 Valhalla (Supervising Animator)
(Pilot episode in production.) Platy & Pus
(Pilot scene in production.) Dog Days
(In preproduction.) A Gigantic Pear
2015 Talking Tom and Friends
2010 The Trouble with Terkel
2010 Min pinlige familie og mutantdræbersneglene (Writer)
2006 Asterix and the Vikings (Writers)
2004 Terkel in Trouble (Storyboard Artist/Writer)
2000 A Fish Tale (Storyboard Artist/Writer)
1997 When Life Departs (Writer)
1987 Quark and the Highway Robber
(Year not listed) ZAK
1987 Dragonslayer Quark
(Year not listed) Mr.Secret
2013 Børenes Verden/The Children’s World (Executive Producer)
2012 Taynikma: Legenden om Rax
2009 Please Help the World
Visual Effects
2012 Black Coffee & Vinyl
2009 Aqualorious!
2008 The Sacrifice
2004 Appeared as himself in t.v. series documentary: Filmland.

2006 Annecy International Animated Film Festival: Nominated for “Best
Feature” 2005 Robert Festival: Won “Best Children/Family Film”
China International Cartoon and Digital Art Festival: Won “Best Feature”
Bodil Awards: Nominated for “Best Film”
Annecy International Animated Film Festival: Nominated for “Best Feature”
2004 Zulu Awards: Won “Best Film”
2001 Robert Festival: Nominated for “Best Director” and “Best Screenplay”
1999 USA Academy Awards: Nominated for “Best Short Film, Animated”
1998 Ale Kino! – International Young Audience Film Festival: Won “Best Animation Film”

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