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Katy O'Connor

Katy O'Connor is known for her work on A Scanner Darkly (2006), Waking Life (2001) and I Love You (2010). See full bio »

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A Scanner Darkly
A Scanner Darkly Animation Department
(2006)
Waking Life
Waking Life Animation Department
(2001)
I Love You
I Love You Producer
(2010)
Beeswax
Beeswax Corinne
(2009)

Filmography

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 2007 The Even More Fun Trip (Short) (animator)
 2006 A Scanner Darkly (additional animator) / (animation director)
 2004 Grasshopper (Short) (animator)
 2003 De fem benspænd (Documentary) (animator - segment "The Perfect Human: Cartoon")
 2002 Destiny (Video short) (animator)
 2001 Waking Life (animator)
 2000 Figures of Speech (Documentary short) (animator)
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 2009 The Antidote
Kitty
 2009 Beeswax
Corinne
 2002 Yard (Video short)
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 2010/I I Love You (Short) (executive producer) / (producer)
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 2010/I I Love You (Short)
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 2010/I I Love You (Short)
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 2010/I I Love You (Short)

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