Directed & animated by Martin Carolo.
“Catrina” by SNA-FU Grand Désordre Orchestre.
The quiet life of a fisherman made of small acts repeated day after day is ruined by the sense of guilty that becomes itself part of this routine. Unfortunately the fisherman’s own nature makes it impossible to amend for his mistake.
Written, directed & animated by Margherita Premuroso.
A surreal trip through the subconscious of a stifled musician as he struggles to sing.
Written, directed & animated by Ainslie Henderson.
How will the Universe die?
Everybody dies. The universe too? Well, probably. What are the current theories about the end of everything? And how creepy exactly are these theories? (Spoiler: very creepy). But there might be hope…
This video is part of a monthly infographic video series by a bunch of information designers from munich.
BBC Knowledge and Learning is exploring a wide variety of topics from social history to science in a series of three-minute online Explainer documentaries, and commissioned Territory to produce an animated film on the subject of DNA.
Three minutes is a short time to explore a subject where most doctorates only scratch the surface, so writer Andrew S. Walsh teamed up with molecular biologist Dr Matthew Adams to distil the script down to the most fundamental elements required to understand not only DNA’s form and function but how our understanding of these discoveries has affected the wider world. While this length may feel restrictive, the team found that this limitation acted as a lens, focusing the piece on the essentials.
Art & animation director: William Samuel • Writer & VO director: Andrew S Walsh.
Scientist: Dr Matthew Adams.
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Simon knows about ducks quite well. They make noise, fly, swim, some even roll. Sometimes, it’s a bit confusing and Simon gets lost.
Animated short film by Jérémy Clapin • Music: François-Eudes Chanfrault.
Drawings, animation & music: Emanuele Kabu • Audio master: Marcello Batelli.
A girl journeys through a vibrant, pulsing, macrocosmic landscape, but a precipitous incident compels her to venture up a mountain in an attempt to save herself.
Directed by Kirsten Lepore • Sound by Kirsten Lepore & Paul Fraser.