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From PAWs to Pixels – Julie Marouzé, Line Producer for Mikros Animation

It’s the moment we’ve been waiting for a long time: PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie is hitting theaters this week! Our teams have been taking care of our favorite pups for several months and have a lot to share with you in this new interview format: From PAWs to Pixels.

27 September 2023

We kick off this first edition of ‘From PAWs to Pixel’ with Julie Marouzé, Line Producer for the film at Mikros Animation, based in Montreal.

  • Tell us about your role and journey into Mikros Animation? 

I joined Mikros Animation as a Production Manager for the first Paw Patrol: Movie nearly 4 years ago. I’ve worked on all Paw Patrol Movies 🙂 

  • What was your role on PAW Patrol: the Mighty Movie? 

I was Line Producer, my role was to ensure that we managed the budget efficiently by managing the complexity of the show with the CG supervisors and managed the schedule. 

  • You were already present on PAW Patrol: the Mighty Movie. Can you tell us what has changed in terms of production between these two films and what were the new artistic and technical challenges? 

This project was unique in terms of production. It marked our first extensive cross-site collaboration, involving teams in Bangalore and Paris. The client aimed for higher quality, presenting an artistic challenge. Technically, over half of the film required complex special effects (FX), particularly in character interactions with FX elements, adding a layer of intricacy to the process.

  • Describe the movie in 3 words 




  • What have you learned since working on PAW Patrol: the Mighty Movie? 

Working on PAW 2 taught me valuable skills in multi-site collaboration and effective complexity management in film production.

paw2 bengaluru team
PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie Bengaluru Team
  • Tell us a production memory! 

Our PAW2 BBQs and PAW2 party!! They were so much fun 🙂

Thanks Julie! As you may recall, Julie was already involved in the production of the first film. Back then, she showcased her team’s work on PAW in an engaging FMX conference. In case you missed it, here’s a quick catch-up: