Born 1942 in Vancouver.
This Winnipeg based animator working for the National Film Board has won as of 1997, almost 40 national and international animation awards. Two of his features The Big Snit (1985) a fable about marital squabbling, Scrabble and nuclear war, and the computer-generated short La Salla (1997) were both nominated for Oscars. His reputation also rests on Getting Started (1979) a story of procrastination, and The Cat Came Back, an animated film based on the folk song of the same name.
He used both traditional and computerized animated techniques.
Cartoon Capers: The History of Canadian Animators. Writ., Karen Mazurkewich. McArthur & Co., 1999: 160-163.
Take One’s Essential Guide to Canadian Film. Ed., Wyndham Wise. University of Toronto Press 2001: “Condie Richard”: 48.
Shift, July 1997: “The Great Animation Conspiracy”: 41.
Take One, Summer 1997: “A Night At The Opera: Richard Condie’s La Salla.” Writ., Pamela Cuthbert: 27-29.