On the eve of Kaboom 2024, SEE NL spoke with the legendary Dutch animator Paul Driessen, who is launching his autobiography "My Life in Cartoons" at the festival. Driessen, now in his early 80s, has a rich history in both Dutch and Canadian animation and is Oscar nominated. He reflects on his life full of travel as a freelance animator and his unique film style that he developed at a time when the Netherlands had little animation tradition. Driessen, who also worked in London on the Beatles film "Yellow Submarine" (1968), has made his own short films for more than 50 years without compromise. He has lived and worked in several countries, including Germany and France, where he is currently working on a new project, "What The Cuckoo Saw".

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