Mercury Filmworks

Mercury Filmworks is a Canadian independent animation studio based in Ottawa, Ontario. The studio was originally founded in Vancouver by Clint Eland, the current CEO, in 1997. Mercury Filmworks has produced animated television series and feature films for a variety of companies, including Disney, Netflix, Amazon Studios, and Warner Bros. Its recent projects include Kid Cosmic, Centaurworld, Hilda, The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse, and The Ghost and Molly McGee. The studio has won Emmy Awards for its work in several categories, most recently for Hilda.[3]

Mercury Filmworks
IndustryAnimation
Founded1997; 25 years ago (1997) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada[1]
FounderClint Eland[1]
Headquarters,
Canada[1]
Key people
Clint Eland (CEO, President)[2]
Number of employees
250[1] (2016)
DivisionsLighthouse Studios (50%)
Websitemercuryfilmworks.com

Mercury has over 340 employees employed at its Ottawa location, and continues to show steady growth.[4] In 2020, it was named one of the best offices in Ottawa by the Ottawa Business Journal.[5]


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