Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

The Mysterious Arrival of an Unusual Letter

A film by Scott Wenner // Based on a poem by Mark Strand.
Originally published in POETRY // Reprinted in Best American Poetry 2012.

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Video made for Pictoplasma Festival, Berlin 2013, co-directed with the argentinean artist Francisco Miranda, winner of the 4th. Pictoplasma Residency Award 2013. Exhibited in the General Public Gallery in Berlin, from 10th to 14th April.

Directed by Francisco Miranda & Guillermo Daldovo • Music: “Moon” by Adapt.
Art concept & illustration: Tooco • Animation, compositing, editing & sound design: Malevo.

WUT by Jeannette Lee

Wait what?
Direction, Animation & Digital Production by Jeannette Lee.


Direction: Daniel Semanas // Animation: Amanda Grazini, Daniel Semanas, Guma & Paulo Stoker.

Everything I Can See From Here

A game of football turns deadly as an uninvited player joins in.

Directed by Sam Taylor & Bjorn Aschim // Produced by Fritzi Nicolaus.

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Planet Three by Andy Martin

“Dealing with themes of death, rebirth and world ecosystems; the neon inhabitants of Planet Three undertake a journey that is both exhilarating and transformative.”

This is the third animation from the ongoing illustration project ‘Handymartian’s Illustrated Aliens‘. A new alien illustration is uploaded every day, building up to a monthly illustration of their planet. This planet was created during March 2013 by Andy Martin.

A Twirling Day

A twirling day is a short film by ModernEye.

It is conceived as a modern tale about the absurdity of the decisions we can not control, about a fate that plays with us and against which we are predestined to lose.

Sr. Montecostes

Direction: Luis Suárez, Moises Arancibia // Executive Producer: Ricardo Gonzalez.

Playing Ghost

Playing Ghost is a story about a mother and daughter dealing in their own ways with the recent death of the father • Directed by Bianca Ansems // Written by Catriona MacLean.

Playing Ghost is a graduation animation film from the National Film & Television School in the UK.

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Thumb Snatchers From The Moon Cocoon

This 100% hand-made, action-packed short film tries to keep up as a Texas Sheriff hilariously massacres a race of clumsy aliens.

Written & directed by Bradley Schaffer // Animation & Puppets: Ashley Arechiga & Bradley Schaffer.