Interested in Some Futuristic French Animation? Check Out "Renaissance"

by | July 10, 2006 | Comments

There’s a new ultra-cool, adult-oriented animated flick on the horizon…check out pics and the UK trailer for "Renaissance," a fantastic-looking, black-and-white, French sci-fi thriller set in the year 2054.

"Renaissance" is set in a near-future Paris, and begins with the kidnapping of a beautiful scientist. Intrigue unfolds involving a gang, a multi-national corporation, and a maverick cop assigned to the case. Take a look at the sleek, visually striking U.K. trailer for more!

First-time feature director Christian Volckman is at the helm of "Renaissance," which was released in France earlier this year and will sweep through the U.K. this month, with an all-star lineup of U.K. voice actors dubbed in. Heading the cast will be James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, along with venerable thesps like Jonathan Pryce, Ian Holm, Romola Garai, and Catherine McCormack.

"Renaissance" is set to hit theaters stateside September 22, courtesy of Miramax Films. Click here to browse the photo gallery.

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