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Peter Lepeniotis

Peter Lepeniotis (born 1965) is a Canadian animation director with Greek descent. He is probably best known for his 2005 animated short Surly Squirrel. He has adapted the short into a full length feature film, titled The Nut Job, in which Lepeniotis has co-written and directed. It was released theatrically in January 17, 2014 by Open Road Films ... See full bio »

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Known For

Surly Squirrel
Surly Squirrel Director
(2005)
Casper
Casper Visual Effects
(1995)
The Nut Job
The Nut Job Director
(2014)
Dinosaur
Dinosaur Visual Effects
(2000)

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 2017 Gnome Alone
 2014/I The Nut Job
 2010 Bolts & Blip (TV Series)
 2008 Gotta Catch Santa Claus (TV Movie)
 2005 Surly Squirrel (Short)
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