Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Angels & Ghosts

Based on a true story, award-winning short Angels & Ghosts tells the emotive tale of Amber, a young woman on a quest to find her brothers who have disappeared.

Combining documentary style storytelling with animated drama Angels & Ghosts deftly explores the potent themes of mental health and family bonds, giving a unique insight into an extraordinary complex and often dark world.

Directed by Sara Kenney • Narrated by Samantha Morton • Art Direction by Graham Carter.

Brain Lapse by Jake Fried

Brain Lapse by Jake Fried 2014 // ☇ Art Prints Available.

Hand-drawn animation with ink, white-out, coffee and collage.

Aqua Profonda by Nathan Campbell

Aquaphobia: a persistent and abnormal fear of water.

Directed & animated by Nathan Campbell.

The Divide by Brent Sievers

Man and nature try to coexist, but their boundaries are falling apart.

Directed & animated by Brent Sievers.

The Great Martian War

Archive recreation for The Great Martian War documentary by impossible factual for History Canada.

On its 100th anniversary, The Great Martian War tells the story of the catastrophic events and unimaginable horrors of 1913-17, when Humankind was pitted against a savage Alien invasion.

Directed by Christian Johnson (Plazma) & Steve Maher (impossible factual).

Music: “88” by Working for a Nuclear Free City.

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Osmo by Vadim Draempaehl

Directed & animated by Vadim Draempaehl • Produced by Tina Draempaehl.

Music by Ben Kloss • SoundFx by Sibin Vassilev.

Brume, Cailloux et Métaphysique

Directed & animated by Tshaw.

Journey of Two

A film by Joshua Mulligan.

To Dust

This is a perilous story about global politics, international conflicts, and the doom we may bring on ourselves if we are not careful.

This is the second part, and antonym to the first, From Dust.

Produced by Mothlight Creative • Directed & Animated by Daniel Winne.
Written & Produced by Luke Ewing • Original Score & Sound by Paul Zito.

The Missing Scarf

Albert the Squirrel makes a startling discovery… an empty space where once his favourite scarf lay. He heads off into the forest only to find everyone else is preoccupied with worries of their own. He helps who he can before moving on but never seems to get any closer to his goal. Ultimately, Albert’s problem is put in perspective by the friends he helped and the problems they faced and overcame together.

Writer // Animator // Director: Eoin Duffy.
Narrator: George Takei • Producer: Jamie Hogan.

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