Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Thirty Masks by Martine Frossard

Animation by Martine Frossard 2015.

Followers by Gints Zilbalodis

A man escapes from prison and meets a boy who has run away from school.

Written & Directed by Gints Zilbalodis • Music by Bertrams Pauls Purvišķis.

California Inspires Me

Director & artist Mike Mills tells his creative journey and speaks on his influences in “California Inspires Me”, a film by Brian Rea & Pablo Delcan.

Sticky by Jilli Rose

Exiled from the tropical paradise where they evolved, a tiny population of remarkable stick insects dodged extinction by hiding under a single windswept bush on the world’s tallest sea stack for 80 years. Thanks to a dedicated team of scientists they’re now living safely in captivity, but when can they go home?

Animated & Directed: Jilli Rose • Narration: Nicholas Carlile • Sound Design: Billy Tankard.

Flow by Mathijs Demaeght

A mourning girl makes an unexpected friend when a white wolf takes her through a mysterious portal on a journey to confront her grief.

A journey about loneliness, grief, friendship and love all in one big flow.

Flow is a MA graduation project made by Mathijs Demaeght at RITS School Of Arts.

Planets After Planets

Student film realised by Titouan Bordeau during his 2nd year in the school of la Poudrière.

365 // One Year, One Film, One Second A Day

From the BAFTA Award winning animation studio of The Brothers McLeod.

One second of animation every day for the 365 days of the year 2013.

There was no storyline, script or storyboard. The ideas come from things read, seen or experienced on the day, with a little artistic license for good measure.


After finding himself in a wrecked taxi, Evan tries to figure out the pieces of the puzzle, while dealing with a dangerous threat, in a seemingly deserted city.

A film by Peak Pictures • Produced by Ian Mery • Directed by Tomas Vergara.

Written by Manuel Vergara & Tomas Vergara • Music by Manuel Canepa.

Small Garden by Shunsuke Saito

Story of a life form which wakes up in an unknown mysterious world.

As he go deeper, he slowly understands what kind of place it is. The world seems beautiful, but it lacks what the real life has. He has to make a choice to stay or not.

Directed & Animated by Shunsuke Saito.


A search for higher meaning, dissatisfaction with the status quo and a sense that you’re the first person to feel this way. You’re not • A Film by Doug Hindson.

A semi-satirical coming of age story told by handmade wooden puppets.

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