Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Paint Showers by Miguel Jiron

Swirling cosmos of paint give way to a storm of color and drips. An experimental animation by Miguel Jiron that is a mix of paint on glass and stop motion, Paint Showers is the anticipation, fury, and release of a colorful storm.

How Big Is The Universe?

A collection of three films for the Royal Observatory Greenwich that answer mind-expanding questions like “How Big Is The Universe?” and “How Hot Is The Sun?”. Using beautifully irreverent graphics and character animation, director Amaël Isnard proves that a lifetime of learning animation can still be helpful in understanding the world around us!

How Do We Know How Old The Sun Is?

What’s Inside A Black Hole?

How Big Is The Universe?

Me & Them

Lou and his two brothers are on a camping trip. An adventure of crossing a distance.

Written, directed & animated by Ariel Victor.
Music by Ryan Granger • Sound by Ryan Granger & Adam Hunt.

After School Club 2014

Idea, Animation – Merlin Flügel • Sound Design – Jonatan Schwenk • Music – Felix Krapp.

After School Club is a one-week graphic-design festival that happens once in a year and first started April 2012. Alongside workshops with internationally known designers, the club hosts talks, symposiums and more. Everything will be located in the classrooms which are not used during the semester break. The festival is free of charge and open for all students (Offenbach, Germany).

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Float by Haruki Kawanaka

Directed & animated by Haruki Kawanaka • Music by Qrion (Elekisesis V.A.).

Will To Power

Will to Power • Directed & animated by Thoka Maer.

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Plumb by Caleb Wood

A continuous vertical freehand digression by Caleb Wood.

Caleb Wood was invited to install some animation at the Prøve Gallery in Duluth MN. He set out drawing columns of free hand animation directly onto the gallery wall. “Plumb” is the film product of the installation • Music & assistance by N. H. Teraberry.

Fathoms by Joe Russ

“A heartbreaking story set in post-apocalyptic, underwater Brooklyn”

Follow Sam, Evan, and Hippo the cat as they struggle to survive and find meaning in a flooded world haunted by remnants of the past.

Fathoms is a film by Joe Russ, Inspired by the loss of his father to cancer at the age of 17, and informed by his love for all things scifi, mystery, and horror.

Successfully funded on Kickstarter, Fathoms has been a labor of love for Joe. Made during nights and weekends, he created the story, animated, and composited the film over the course of six years. The locations are inspired by his commute from Park Slope, Brooklyn into Manhattan.

FUGA by Juan Antonio Espigares

Sara, who has just arrived at St Cecilia’s Conservatory, will discover there are different ways to interpret each side of the prism from which she perceives her reality and talent.

Written & directed by Juan Antonio Espigares.

They Both Explode

A short hallucinatory tale of consumption, sorrow, redemption and vomit. A peckish heron meets a frog with inviting eyes. They both explode.

Pictures & Sound by Matthew Stephenson.

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