Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Why The War On Drugs Is A Huge Failure

The war against drugs has been a terrible disaster for everybody involved.

Why? And can we do something differently?

Kurzgesagt – a team of designers, journalists and musicians who want to make science look beautiful. Because it is beautiful.


A girl struggles with the attraction generated by portals to other worlds.

A reflection about addictive behaviors directed & animated by Jules Boulain-Adenis (NALEB).

How Leap Year Works

Because the solar system doesn’t care about our calendar.

Video by Joss Fong & Liz Scheltens.

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FORMS IN NATURE: Understanding Our Universe

Through scientific study and understanding, we deepen our connection to the natural world.

An audiovisual collaboration by Kevin Dart // Stéphane Coëdel // David Kamp // Nelson Boles.


The explorer discovers curious characters and weird landscapes during his trip.

Direction & animation: Julien Piau.

The Last Job on Earth

Meet Alice, holder of the last recognisable job on Earth, trying to make sense of her role in an automated world.

‘The Last Job on Earth’ is a film produced in collaboration with the Guardian Sustainable Business section • Directed, Designed & Animated by Moth Collective.

Field of Procession

Illustration & animation by Geoff Hoskinson • Music by Dallas Campbell.

The Life of Death

The Life of Death is a touching handdrawn animation about the day Death fell in love with Life.

Written & directed by Marsha Onderstijn.

Lonesome Hero

This is for children who couldn’t be on their own. And, for the time when you’re older and you’ve forgotten your determination to be on your own.

Director: Manami WAKAI • Music: Kayoko NAOE • Sound effects:Takuma OSUGI.

Graduate Work 2014, Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Film & New Media, Department of Animation.

A Self Compassion Exercise

It’s all too easy to be extremely tough on ourselves; we need – at points – to get better at self-compassion. Here is an exercise in how to lessen the voices of self-flagellation.

Written & Said by Alain De Botton • Directed by Joe Bichard • Music & Sound by Skillbard.