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Ben Gluck

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Ben Gluck (filmmaker)
BornSt. Louis, Missouri
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  1999–present
Notable work9, Alpha and Omega,
Brother Bear 2
🏅 AwardsWalter Lantz Award
Gold Medal, Best short, New York Independent Film Festival

Ben Gluck is an American film director, screenwriter and author.

Education[edit]

Gluck attended Calarts where he received a BFA in character animation and earned the Walt Disney Merit Scholarship.[citation needed] His student film, Man’s Best Friend, was awarded the Walter Lantz Award.[citation needed] It premiered on the MTV network and premiered theatrically in Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation.

Career[edit]

Gluck began his career at Dreamworks Animation where he was the studio's first story trainee, focusing on the film The Prince of Egypt. Shortly after, he was recruited by Walt Disney Animation Studios, where he worked as a storyboard artist on animated feature films. He directed the CGI animated theatrical film, Alpha and Omega.[1]

Gluck developed, with executive producer Charles Roven, the feature film adaptation of the anime series Battle of the Planets, and was recruited by George Lucas to develop an original animated theatrical film. He was Head of Story on the science-fiction fantasy 9, executive produced by Tim Burton, and consulting director and screenwriter who developed Tyler Perry’s live-action Madea character, into a global animated franchise.

Gluck is senior executive and Head of Story for Alpha Animation.

Awards[edit]

  • New York Independent Film Festival: Won Gold Metal: Best animated short for "Man's Best Friend"
  • Walter Lantz Award: Won for short "Man's Best Friend"

Film[edit]

Year Title Director Writer Animator Role Notes
2000 Dinosaur story
The Emperor's New Groove
2003 Piglet's Big Movie story artist and story by
2004 Home on the Range story
2006 Bambi II Yes Baby Possum #1 head of story
Brother Bear 2 Yes Yes director and story by
2009 9 Yes head of story
2010 Alpha and Omega Yes director and story
Yogi Bear story artist
2013 Battle of the Planets Yes director and story
2015 The Prophet (2014 film) story artist
Madea's Tough Love Yes Yes story, consulting director, & screenplay

Short films[edit]

Year Title Director Writer Animator Role Notes
1998 Man's Best Friend Yes Yes Yes Snake created by
1992 Monster Under My Bed Yes Yes Yes created by
1990 Cimoc Koob Yes Yes Yes created by

Television[edit]

  • Man's Best Friend (TV) 1996
  • Rugrats (TV) (2000)
  • Clerks (TV) (2000)
  • Skunk Fu (TV) (2007-2008)

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