A Cat Called Jam

A Cat Called Jam

A Cat Called Jam tells the story of Jam, a Maine Coon cat who sees himself differently to how the rest of the world sees him.

Director Bio

For much of her career Lorraine Lordan has worked at renowned Irish studio Cartoon Saloon, including as animation supervisor on the Annie-nominated TV Series Puffin Rock, sequence animation supervisor on Oscar-nominated The Breadwinner and assistant director on the new Puffin Rock feature film. Her work in animation has taken her around the world, to studios in the Czech Republic, Germany, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Cambodia and the UK.


  • Directed by:Lorraine Lordan
  • Written by:Lorraine Lordan
  • Produced by:Jeremy Purcell
  • Runtime:8 mins
  • Completion Date:November 16, 2019
  • Country of Origin:Ireland
  • Category:Animation
  • Selection:Programme 18
  • Screening Time / Venue:Sat AUG 15
    10AM - 10PM ONLINE
  • Links: Twitter

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