Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

in the sea and near a girl.

Directed by Masanobu Hiraoka • Music & Sound Design: Aimar Molero.

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Bad Vibes by Michael Marczewski

Electrical appliances tend to have a lot of built up anger towards their users.

Design, animation, edit & audio by Michael Marczewski.

Music Track: Ducktails – Killin’ The Vibe (EBY Remix).

THE PALACE // A Stop Motion Short Film

The world is crumbling. Trapped and alone, high up in a dilapidated office building, a small boy must escape by any means if he is to survive.

The Palace” is a film about loss, fear, survival and hope in a dark and foreboding world.

Co Written, Directed & Animation by John Eyre & Robin Heap.

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Butter Fingers

“Butter Fingers” explores some of the more unique items you might not want to let slip through your fingers. Let’s face it, if you can’t relate to dropping at least a handful of the items pictured, then you’re either utilizing duct-tape to it’s fullest potential or it was you who dropped the grenade.


Direction, Design, & Animation: Jordan Scott.
Score: Cyrille Marchesseau • Sound Design & Audio Mix: Wesley Slover.

Crackhouse by Martinus Klemet

They say cats have nine lives.

Idea & execution: Martinus Klemet • Additional modelling: Mattias Mälk • Music: Superskankers.

Goodness Newness Oldness Badness

New stuff is good stuff and old stuff is bad stuff, so good stuff becomes bad stuff when new stuff becomes old stuff.

A good new film by bad old Parabella • Directed by Mikey Please.

Geometric by Al Boardman

A short animation exploring shapes, colours and transitions.

Creative & animation: Al Boardman • Music: Andrea Baroni.

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Strange Wonderful

Directed & animated by Stephanie Swart • Music by Quiet American.

Made at Rhode Island School of Design.

Lost Forest

Directed & animated by Takeshi Tsunehashi.

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Eye Know

The streetlight which lights up the city // The light draws various form.

Independent Film Project • Directed by Hiroshi Kondo • Sound by Ayako Taniguchi.