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H5 is a French graphics and animation studio started in 1996. With Ludovic Houplain's art direction, its work can mostly be found in the fields of music video and luxury advertising. Since 1999, H5 has also worked as a collective of directors. They made their first animated clips. H5 made the clips for Röyksopp's "Remind Me", Massive Attack's "Special Cases", Goldfrapp's "Twist", and a series of advertising campaigns for France and the wider world: Areva, Audi, Citroën, Volkswagen's "Train Fantôme". H5 is at present represented in France by Addict. Their first short film, Logorama, was selected at the Week of Criticism at the Cannes Film Festival 2009 and at CineVegas in 2009. The film won the Kodak Prix at Cannes and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 82nd Academy Awards. In parallel, the work of H5 was presented in numerous exhibitions and festivals, in Paris, London, Tokyo, Rotterdam, New York and Los Angeles.

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