Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Memory Stream

Memory Stream explores the idea of how we as human beings store memories in digital space and how we access those individual experiences from our past.

Animation: Peter ClarkDaniel UribeYeojin Shin • Music: Peter Clark.

Edmond Was A Donkey by Franck Dion

Edmond is not like everybody else. A small, quiet man, Edmond has a wife who loves him and a job that he does extraordinarily well. He is, however, very aware that he is different. When his co-workers tease him by crowning him with a pair of donkey ears, he suddenly discovers his true nature. And though he comes to enjoy his new identity, an ever-widening chasm opens up between himself and others.

Written, Designed, Edited & Directed by Franck Dion.

Animation: Gilles Cuvelier, Gabriel Jacquel, Samuel Guénolé & Claire Trollé.

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Fake Expectations by Adam Wells

Which colour is best? Red or Blue? – maybe the worlds just not quite that simple, and we should aim for a blend.

Fake Expectations by Adam Wells, is an animation about two artists who compete for the top prize at the annual art competition.

Premiering online ahead of everywhere else, for all to enjoy.

A Horse Throat

A small horse in a restaurant can’t stop coughing. Everybody is irritated.

Directed by David Barlow-Krelina & Jenna Marks.

WINNER of the Crazy Horse Session – 48h Animation Jam at the Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film, 2014 • Made in 48 hours.

Moonfishing by David Michael Friend

A short puppet film by David Michael Friend; part of Heather Henson’s “Handmade Puppet Dreams” series.

A fisherman’s hobby of sculpting is interrupted when he must perform his monthly task of illuminating the town he lives in. With container on back, fishing pole in hand, and his current carving stashed in his pocket, the lonely soul goes searching for the perfect spot to catch the moon’s shimmering sister. But his shattered hope for exchanging his catch for the villager’s fellowship returns him to his art for companionship.

Chinti by Natalia Mirzoyan

The shore on which little ant lives is a narrow slip of ground all filled with trash embound by a wall from one side and a river from the other. Little ant tries to fit into the strict daily routine of the ant family, but finds it really hard for him.

The main character’s world changes greatly when he finds a small piece of paper – a ticket with the picture of Taj Mahal. Ant falls in love with the gorgeous architecture of this building. He understands that it exists somewhere, but it is very far away. So, having no idea of the actual size of the building, the ant decides to construct the same building on his own shore, and make it look exactly the same as the original.

The film is made of different types of tea leaves • Directed & animated by Natalia Mirzoyan.

Mindfull – Will Barras & Shay Hamias

Designed by Yui Hamagashira, Will Barras & Shay Hamias (th1ng).

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Traveling Lights

Take a moment and lose yourself in the abstract realism of this world.

Concept / Design / Animation: Felix Meyer, Pascal Monaco • Music & Sounddesign: Ulrich Troyer.

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Mario by Tess Martin

In Italian playgrounds a song is chanted that dates back to World War I. This paint on glass animation tells this dark tale of a soldier who returns home from war to find his girlfriend has left him. Film by Tess Martin.

“Tutti Mi Chiaman Mario”, traditional, sung by Anna Uberti with Emily J. Tolimieri & Vittorio D. Mount.

Free Will by Quentin Pointillart

Fourth year project at Supinfocom by Quentin Pointillart.

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