Franck Dion is active in several areas. After training as an actor, he became a self-taught artist in sculpture, drawing and painting. He collaborated with publishing houses, magazines, made sets for the theater and also creates animations for documentaries.
In 2003, Franck realized L’inventaire fantôme, his first short film. He founded in 2006 the company of productions PAPY3D. In 2008, he made his second film, Mr COK, which is widely distributed in festivals around the world, including the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL and receives several awards.
His short film Edmond was a donkey produced by Papy3d, the NFB and ARTE won, among other awards, the special jury prize at the Annecy 2012 festival, the award for best international film at the Shortshorts festival in Tokyo and a Nomination at the Cartoon d’Or and the Césars 2013 in the category of Best Animated Film.
His latest film, Une tête disparait, wins the crystal of the short film at the International Animated Film Festival of Annecy 2016.