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Cuppa Coffee Studios (formerly known as Cuppa Coffee Animation) is a Canadian production company and animation studio based in Toronto, Ontario. It was founded by Adam Shaheen in 1992, and specializes in both stop-motion animation and 2D animation.

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Cuppa Coffee Studios' productions include:

Original Productions

Other Work

  • French Kiss (opening) (1993)
  • The Wedge (opening) (1993)
  • Word Up (opening) (1993)
  • Married Life (opening) (1995)
  • Fast Track (opening) (1997)
  • Short Films by Short People ("The Adventures of Sam Digital in the 21st Century") (1997)
  • HBO Family 411 (1999)
  • Who Knew? (1999)
  • Smart Mouth (1999)
  • I Am Poem ("Running") (1999)
  • Existenz (title sequence) (1999)
  • Random Play (opening and bumpers) (1999)
  • Super Why! (pilot) (1999)
  • Exhale (opening) (2000)
  • This Week in Baseball (three "Mini Mel" interstitials) (2000)
  • I was a Rat (title sequence) (2001)
  • Spider (title design) (2002)
  • Zeyda and the Hitman (title design) (2004)
  • Advertisement:
  • Going Down (music video) (2004)
  • R30: 30th Anniversary Tour ("Darn That Dragon" segment) (2004)
  • The Newsroom ("Learning to Fly") (2005)
  • Rapture (music video) (2006)
  • Eastern Promises (title design) (2007)
  • Lewis Black's Root of All Evil (opening) (2008)
  • Junk Raiders (opening, bumpers, and show elements) (2009)
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia ("A Very Sunny Christmas") (2009)
  • From Spain with Love with Annie Sibonney (animation and graphics) (2011)
  • A Dangerous Method (title design) (2011)
  • Cosmopolis (title design) (2012)
  • Sesame Street (sequences in "4303", "4305", "4306", "4315", "4401", "4408", and "4501") (2012)
  • Open Heart (title design) (2012)
  • Maps to the Stars (title design) (2014)
  • Killjoys (opening) (2016)
  • Jane the Virgin ("Chapter Forty-Seven") (2016)
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