Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

West Of The Moon

Loosely based on several hundred interviews with children about their dreams, ‘West of the Moon’ is the story of one man’s lost love and his strange path to redemption, aided along the way by a gambling robot, a wayward monkey, and a healthy dose of determination.

Written, Directed, & Animated by Brent Bonacorso.
Produced by Thom Fennessey // Cinematography by Tarin Anderson.

Raw Data by Jake Fried

Raw Data by Jake Fried 2013.
Hand-drawn animation with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee.

Encounter by Eoin Duffy

A short study of the territorial responses of varying North Atlantic species.

Written, Directed & Animated by Eoin Duffy // Music: Joshua R. Mosley.

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Planet Four by Andy Martin

“What do the robots do after they have taken over the planet. It turns out the ones on Planet Four find harmony and discuss philosophical matters of enlightenment, beauty and magnificence.”

This is the fourth 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 April 2013 by Andy Martin.

Blue by Aymeric Seydoux

A Film by Aymeric Seydoux • Music: Thomas Karagiannis • Sound Design: Florian Calmer.

Astigmatismo by Nicolai Troshinsky

“A boy, having lost his glasses, can only see one thing in focus at a time. His sight gets attracted by the sounds that surround him. He will have to explore a blurry world of unknown places and strange characters.”

An animation short film by Nicolai Troshinsky • Character design by Gina Thorstensen.
Background design by Cecilia Ramieri • Music by Shogun Kunitoki • Sound design by Pierre Sauze.

Ungirthed by Sam Bass

Animated by Sam Bass // Song: Ungirthed by Purity Ring.

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Another by Banpot Chaiwong

“You’re Born an Original Don’t Die a Copy” by John Mason.

“Another” way make original // Graduated Animation by Banpot Chaiwong.

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Altneuland by Sariel Keslasi

The film is a subjective interpretation of the utopian novel, “Altneuland” written by Theodor Herzl. By using a surrealist allegory, the film tries to deal with the collapse of Herzl’s dream and seeks to emphasize the sense of absurdity and instability of my personal experience as an individual in the israeli society.

Graduation film at Bezalel Academy of Art & Design by Sariel Keslasi.
This year (2013) it is displayed at The Annecy Festival & The Cannes Short Film Corner Festival.

High Rise by Sarah Lippett

Exploring the everyday rhythm of activities and sounds in an apartment block…
Directed & Animated by Sarah Lippett.

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