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— by Danial Martinus: When it comes to the notion of an independent Southeast Asian animation studio producing notable work on the global stage, there really isn’t much to offer.
That’s not to doubt the immense talent that’s present in the region. It’s merely a sad reflection of the visibility (or lack thereof) of Southeast Asian talent in the animation industry. More so, the marketing and commercialization of such talent…
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