Bill Boyce has had a career in graphics and animation since the 1990s when he worked across a variety of television commercials, idents and TV shows including Pepsi, Cartoon Network and Sky TV. In 2000, he helped found Huhu Studios with entrepreneur Trevor Yaxley. Boyce has produced or directed animation for more than 200 episodes of television and film, including the first New Zealand television shows and movies to be made entirely with CGI. He is also a director, having worked on an animated adaptation of The Ten Commandments and another about Noah’s arc, both co-directed with John Stronach. Mosley is his first feature as producer and is his first APSA nomination.

Accolades

Kirby Atkins and Daniel Story and Bill Boyce
Best Animated Film, 2019

Mosley

Best Animated Film, 2019

Mosley

Mosley is the patriarch of a family of thoriphants – elephant-like creatures with facial features of a sheep – whose son discovers a collection of…

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Films

Mosley
2019

Mosley

New Zealand, People's Republic of China
2019

Mosley

Mosley is the patriarch of a family of thoriphants – elephant-like creatures with facial features of a sheep – whose son discovers a collection of…

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