Who married Marcy Page?
Normand Roger married Marcy Page .
Marcy Page is an animation filmmaker and educator.
Page was born and raised in California. She animated her own projects and for several companies, and she taught courses at both San Francisco State University and the California College of Arts & Crafts before she emigrated to Canada. Her own film Paradisia won awards at many international festivals.
In 1990, Page joined the National Film Board of Canada, where she produced a number of animated films. Most notably, she co-produced the Academy Award-winning films Ryan (2004) and The Danish Poet (2006). She also produced the Academy Award-nominated Madame Tutli-Putli (which won the Le Grand Prix Canal + du meilleur court-métrage at 2007 Cannes Film Festival and co-produced Me and My Moulton (2014) and My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts (1999), both nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. During her time at the National Film Board, she has worked on films that have earned over 250 international awards.
Through films like Ryan, Page has encouraged the innovative use of computer technology, as well as stereoscopic films like Munro Ferguson's Falling in Love Again and June.
Page was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2007.
After working at the National Film Board for 24 years, she retired in March 2014. In November 2015, Page received the inaugural Prix René-Jodoin, recognizing exceptional work in Canadian animation.
She is married to film composer Normand Roger, whom she met while working with him on Paradisia.Read more...
Normand Roger (born 1949 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian composer, sound editor and sound designer. He is particularly known for his work as a composer of soundtracks for animated films, having composed more than 200 such works since 1970. He has also worked on the creation of music for documentaries, feature films, television dramas, children's series, commercials, and new technologies with 3D and virtual reality. He is the composer of many original soundtracks for Frédéric Back, Paul Driessen, Michaël Dudok de Wit, Caroline Leaf and Aleksandr Petrov. Thirteen of his works have been nominated for Academy Awards, of which six have won. He also notably wrote the theme for the PBS's Mystery!. Roger lectures throughout the world on music and sound for animation.
Roger has spent nearly 40 years creating soundtracks for the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) in his hometown of Montreal, after first being hired for its animation department at the age of 22. His extensive NFB credits include Every Child and The Sand Castle, both winners of the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.
He is married to animation film director and producer Marcy Page, whom he met while working with on her film, Paradisia.Read more...