Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Port Valben

Visuals, animation & sound by Rafferty Amor.


Animated by Grace Mi • Music by Philip W Cho.

Musical Chairs

This animation is based on a familiar game — musical chairs. The main character in this animation represents the human race. The human, in his selfish ways, discovers that he can’t bear the consequences of his own actions. This animation is also trying to depict a society in which people constantly want to get more and more to fulfill their insatiable desires. Maybe the humans win, but perhaps they lose something of greater importance.

Director: Du Yukai, Tang Ya • From Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts.

Oringinal Soundtrack: Wang Jingfei • From Communication University of China.

True Cat

Created by Edward Kurchevsky & Yelyzaveta Pysmak for the 48h film challenge 2016.

Music: Columbia Orchestra – 11 – Musical Snapshots.

Yule Log: Looping Animated Holiday Shorts 2016

“Now in its 4th year, Yule Log 2.0 is a collection of short films created by various animation artists that are bringing the Yule Log tradition into the digital age.”

↓ Off the Grid by Phil Borst //

↓ Under the Stars with Spooky Friends by Stephanie Swart //

↓ Santapocalypse by Brikk //

↓ Do Yule Logs Dream of Enkindled Trees? by Gentleman Scholar //

↓ Untitled (2074) by Ege Soyuer & Moree Wu //

// More Animated X-Mas Shorts @ Yule Log 2.016 //

The Fisherman

In a diverse eco-system of mollusc like creatures, a late devoted scientist of these life forms has passed his life’s work on to his daughter, along with his most prized discovery.

‘The Fisherman’ is set in a neo-tokyo cityscape where electricity is a source of life for a diverse eco-system of mollusc like creatures • Directed & animated by Luke Saunders.

Feynman’s Building Blocks of Thermodynamics

Chemist Andrea Sella recalls Richard Feynman’s analogy explaining the conservation of energy.

A evolving negotiation over toy blocks between a mother and son comes together to illustrate the first law of thermodynamics.

There are many ways to describe the first law of thermodynamics, and many ways to explain it. In this unique animation, chemist Andrea Sella recalls one of Richard Feynman’s descriptions of the law. In a classic analogy, Feynman imagines a child with a set of building blocks, and a mother struggling to ensure he doesn’t lose any. Each day, the total number of blocks remains the same, although some do stray from their original location.

This consistent fact – that the blocks cannot be created or destroyed – allows the mother to calculate how many blocks are in a box without even looking. And this consistent fact, that energy itself is also always conserved, lays the foundation for one of physics’ greatest rules.

Directed & animated by Rosanna Wan • Narrator: Andrea Sella • Music: Kevin MacLeod.


Creative Direction, Design & Animation: Elliot Lim • Writers: Miles Abbott, Sarah Leitner.

Client: Greenpeace • Video Producer: Katie Camosy.


This is a short tale that reminds us of the importance of memories.

Created, Directed & Animated by Pask D’Amico.

Hand by Alessandra Fracasso • Pop up by Popupology.


Late Night Work Club presents Project #2, an indie animation anthology based on the theme of STRANGERS. All original work done between 2014 and 2016.

00:31 – Born In A Void by Alex Grigg.
07:40 – Freedom – Liberté by Loup Blaster.
14:05 – Anonmation by Caleb Wood.
21:08 – Lovestreams by Sean Buckelew.
30:28 – Departures by Jeanette Bonds.
33:54 – Wednesday with Goddard by Nicolas Menard.
38:16 – Hi Stranger by Kirsten Lepore.

Intro/Outro/Interstitials by Charles Huettner • Theme & credits music by SCNTFC.

Sound design for several shorts by Skillbard • Sound design & overall mixing by David Kamp.