Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Cultural Mining

Cultural mining describes the process by which the most valuable parts of culture – by which we mean the arts, humanities and philosophy – are recovered and made useful for our own times.

Written & Narrated by Alain de Botton • Directed & Animated by Wednesday.

Background Design by Daniel Clarke • Sound & Music by Tom Drew.

My Secrets

It is a narrative story of ‘My Secrets’, revealling the dark secrets hidden in the bottom of the heart.

In this big world, we are the lonely seed. People become less caring and passion to each other. Everyday, we wear the masks to face our life, society and the world. Slowly by slowly, we lose ourselves and don’t know the meaning of living. We depress. We harm ourselves. We enjoy only talking to oursleves. We keep so many secrets and are not willing to share with others. This is our little secret world,which expresses our senstive emotion.

Directed, illustrated, animated & written by Amelia Chen.

Stranger Aliens

When we look for aliens, why do we always find ourselves staring back?

Directed by Adam D’Arpino.


A solitary dish washing robot living out his life in the back room of a restaurant is enlightened to the world that exists beyond his four walls, with the help of a small friend he breaks free of confinement to pursue his dream of exploration.

Directed, written & produced by Tom Teller • Writer: Andrew Guastaferro.

Poem No.8

Poem No.8 by Alaska Gold • Animation directed by Eleena Bakrie.

Music: Lullatone “falling asleep with a book on your chest”.


In the French trenches, calm reigns. The “Poilus” are waiting to leave for the battlefield.

Among them, Ferdinand, a young hare, is playing the harmonica.
A whistling signal is given, the attack begins.

It’s on the no man’s land that he first encounters his enemy, a horrible creature.

Le Sommet Bleu

Three brothers bear climb a mountain with a blue top.
They make a strange discovery which triggers the separation of the group.

Direction & animation: Julien Piau.

The Long Walk

In the future, a gruelling marathon is the ultimate entertainment. 100 boys must compete until only one survives. Walk for your life!

Adapted from the Stephen King Novel.

Directed & Animated by Adriano Gazza • Narrated by Jimmy Pritts.

Double Accident

Double accident shows an weird and puzzling episode in reality in a simple way.

When two character perform, they collide to each other and overlap; the behaviors they show are the same because of the duplication of objects • A film by Jheng Sin Chang.

How To Design A Particle Accelerator

How do you go about designing a particle accelerator? Suzie Sheehy discusses how they work, what form they take, and what champagne means to an accelerator physicist.

The Large Hadron Collider at CERN has captured the imagination of the public. But particle accelerators take many shapes, and there are tens of thousands of other accelerators in use every day around the world.

Dr Suzie Sheehy designs particle accelerators. In this animation she leads us through the world of accelerators. They all share the same basic ingredients of an accelerator: particles, energy, control, collision and detection, and typically fall into three categories: linear, cyclotron and synchrotron.

Direction, illustration & animation: Andrew Khosravani • Illustration & animation: Clara Cebrian.