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Studio d'animation 2D

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2D animation Studio

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The upside down river


Our environmental approach

Ooolala is committed to reducing its impact on the environment through a low carbon approach. To initiate this approach, Ooolala publishes the carbon footprint of its activities for the year 2022 and sets targets for a 30% reduction by 2025.

What ?


Hold on Gaston!

Billy the cowboy hamster

A day with the dogs

Stinky Dog

The upside-down river

Vee and the golden apple

Mum is pouring rain

It’s your body!


High up!

Two dots, that’s it!

Who ?

At Ooolala, we’ve kept our eyes wide open but decided to keep them focused on 2D animation!
Here, we make beautiful images, with our multi-talented team.

Three pairs of eyes, one vision

Jean-Baptiste Wery


Marion Claret

Head of studio

Emmanuèle Pétry-Sirvin

Head of development

How ?

Making beautiful things well

Making children’s eyes shine is a vocation but it’s also our job. At Ooolala, we are proud to create beautiful images and produce great projects.

The art and craft

From Harmony to TVPaint, from watercolour to digital painting, from ambitious series to more intimate projects, we are open to innovative Ideas and new approaches. With a capacity of up to 100 artists on site and the option of multi-site integration, we match the technical and artistic aspects to best serve the film and its purpose.

Away from the hustle and bustle but at the heart of animation

Based in the Cartoucherie, in the Drôme valley, we benefit from a fully sustainable ecosystem, within a local training and employment pool dedicated to storytelling and the moving image.

Ecology as a spearhead

At Ooolala we are committed to reducing our impact on the environment through a low carbon approach. To launch this approach, we have published our carbon footprint relating to our 2022 activities’ and aim to reduce our ongoing carbon emissions by 30% by 2025.

Where ?

The Cartoucherie

The meeting place for talent

The Cartoucherie’s story begins in 1855. Initially a textile factory transformed into a cartridge factory, in 2009 it became a centre of excellence for the animation industry. The site in Drôme, now classified as a historical monument, brings together a dozen schools and animation studios.

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