Antonio Jesús Busto Algarín

Antonio Jesús Busto Algarín (Sevilla, 1990), is director, animator and doctoral researcher of animated films, as well as founder and organizer of the international animation festival Prime the Animation! since 2013. Bachelor of Fine Arts graduated, He develop academic courses at prestigious international universities, such as Middlesex University (London, England) and Emily Carr University (Vancouver, Canada) with specialisation in animation. He has made internationally award-winning short films, and he has been awarded  with the British Animation Awards in 2014. Has been included in the program and catalog Del Trazo Al Pixel: More than 100 Years of animation in the most notorious museums, festivals and congresses on the national and international scene, such as the New York MOMA, or the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.

What is your favourite British animation of all time?

I always loved very much the shortfilm “I’m Fine Thanks” by Eamonn O’Neill.

What’s the best thing about working in the industry?

It is a challenge to keep being pure, healthy and energetically working for your most desirable wish. But if you are able to go through loving yourself as the others, then truly it is good.

Provide a quirky quote or comment

A quirky quote is exactly what defines the BAA; always unique. It makes me think that even a sheep could take care of dogs, as a dog does with sheep.

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