Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Drift by Carl Burton

A life-form floats through a surreal organic environment // A Film by Carl Burton.

Hezurbeltzak, A Common Grave

The Basque word hezurbeltzak does not appear in dictionaries. It is a non-existing word used to describe socially invisible groups. Its literal translation would be “black bones”.

Directed by Izibene Oñederra, who received a degree in Fine Arts at the University of the Basque Country where she specialized in painting and animation cinema.

Planet One Illustration Series by Andy Martin

This is the first animation from the ongoing illustration project ‘Handymartian’s Illustrated Aliens’.

Handymartian is Andy Martin who is an animator, illustrator and music maker. Every day a new alien illustration at Andy Martin`s tumblr, building up to a monthly illustration of their planet.

The inhabitants of Planet One get more than they bargained for when they get together for a little sing song.

// Illustrations © Andy Martin //

The Chase

Director: Rok Predin • Music: Ivan Arnold • Producer: Richard Barnett • Trunk Animation 2013.

Today’s Smile // Kazumasa Teshigawara

“Today’s smile” created after being affected by the 3.11 Earthquake in Japan, and the nuclear power plant incidents that followed // Directed & animated by Kazumasa Teshigawara qubibi.org.

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The Violence of Mexican Drug Cartels

A bitterly violent war against Mexican Drug Cartels wages on across the U.S. border. Tens of thousands are being murdered, and over a million are being forced to flee their homes. U.S. laws and policy play a major role in the conflict’s violence. This video is about understanding the complexities of the war and why it is happening.

Gray Keys by Carlo Vega

Visual: Carlo Vega // Audio: Chilly Gonzales.

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El Delirio Del Pez León (2012)

Inspired by the Lionfish plague, this underwater neo-noir tells a story about greed and hierarchy in the Caribbean reefs // Written, animated & directed by Quique Rivera Rivera.

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The Shack

Adar Rom & Avi Naim // Motion Design Class 2013.
Bezalel Academy of art and Design Jerusalem // Department of Visual Communication.

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Cabbit // A Film by Soogie

‘Cabbit’ is a handmade animation by Montana based artist, Soogie.

Animated frame-by-frame using paper, a sharpie and a scanner, ‘Cabbit’ has been a passion project which has been in production for 4 years with contributions from artists in the United States, Australia & France • Artwork available at: cabbit-film.com/artwork.html

Original music by Kadavre Exquis (Childhood of a Circle).

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