Alison Snowden and David Fine are award winning filmmakers and TV series creators. Their films have been nominated for Oscars four times and they won once for Bob’s Birthday.
They met as students at Britain’s National Film & Television School where they both graduated in 1984 after working in both live action and animation. Alison’s short animated student film, Second Class Mail (1984) won a number of international awards including best first film at Annecy and an Oscar nomination. At film school they worked alongside other renowned animators Nick Park (Wallace and Gromit, etc) and Mark Baker (Peppa Pig).