Featuring the voice of Richard E. Grant.
“Behind the Schoolbag” is a story about self-salvation. Having suffered from a miserable childhood, Shaun couldn’t help but question his own value.
Human relationship has always been Shaun’s barrier, sometimes, he wishes he could stay alone, but in reality, Shaun has to re-enter the society. Staying in his own comfort zone, Shaun can do nothing but lock up his heart and distant himself from others.
All the stress and pressure in modern life is driving people insane. We have to learn how to sooth our own emotions so as to survive. We can do nothing but meditate and reflect upon ourselves. We can observe the truth and the essence wisely and feel the presence of now and start living.
Concept & Animation Design: Intoxic Studio • Director, Writer & Art Director: Nic Ho Chun Yu.
Lead Animator: Cheryl Chung & Andy Ng • Music Composer & Vocal: Chan Yat Yin.
Animator: Ivy Sin • Nell Keung • Beth Tang • Leo Kwok • Yvonne Leung • Jun Ho.
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.
Short film for the French TV channel Canal+.
Directed by Gary Fouchy • Jérémy Guerrieri • Paul Jaulmes • Nicolas Leroy • Leslie Martin • Maud Sertour • Alexandre Toufaili // Concept: Jean-Francois Martin.
The film applies an unconventional narrative. It presents a subjective world through 47 scenes. The small events, interlaced by associations, express the irrational coherence of our surroundings. The surreal situations are based on the interactions of humans and nature.
Written, directed & designed by Réka Bucsi.
Blood – a destructive element or a life-giving substance, a symbol of death or hope of deliverance.
An appeal to society against terror and war, against violence in any of its forms. In a dynamic and dramatic way, the story exposes the connection between life, death and their eternal companion — The Blood. Released from the corporeal prison of the dead body, it finds its own way, grows and like a huge monster envelops and conquers the world entire. It spins with Earth itself and triumphs in the name of death.
Yet, so little of this blood can bring back to life.
Short animation film by Velislava Gospodinova • Supported by Bulgarian National Film Center.
Little Sofía loves her grumpy granny: even though she is always hungry and eats what little food they can buy. Her pension is the only thing keeping her and her father alive.
To what extremes will they go to once granny is no more?
Sally, an introverted 15 year old girl, lives and bears with her wolf-father in the city of New York where Wolf is slipping more and more into his world of wilderness.
Sally still remembers the man he used to be; a brilliant and talented jazz trumpeter. Where did her father go? And can he still be found somewhere within the Wolf?
A Film by by a team of 3rd year Character Animation & CG Art students at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark:
Juliette Viger • Maja-Lisa Kehlet • Tautvydas Kazlauskas • Anna Ewa Nowakowska • Andreea Serban-Chira • Simon Dilling Hansen • William Mackenzie • Karina Venneberg Sørensen.
Additional Work by Marylou Mao • Sara Jespersen • Holm Nikolaj Themothæussen.
|The online premiere of the multi award winning short film from writer & director Spencer Brown.|
The Boy with a Camera for a Face is satirical fairy tale about a boy born with a camera instead of a head, whose every moment is transformed by the fact he is recording it.
Accompanied by a voice over narration read by Steven Berkoff, the film tells an epic story in fifteen minutes about the way we live today.