Archive for the ‘Stop Motion’ Category

I’m Scared: A Stop Motion Short

8-year-old insomniac Ralf warns his little brother Crumbs of all of the dangers that lurk in the shadows, waiting to devour the two of them.

Based on the art of Greg “Craola” Simkins.

Directed by Pete Levin • Original Score by Mark Hoppus & James Ingram.

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NYC Textures

An experimental journey through New York City with over a thousand still photographs of its unique textures.

Ambient sounds were recorded on location.

Directed & animated by Ynon Lan.

LILI: A Short Stop Motion Film

Lili refuses to let go of her childhood and fights a sandstorm that threatens to take it away.

In the heart of the storm she rediscovers the joy of childhood, but forced to choose between illusion and reality.

Created by Hani Dombe & Tom Kouris • Music & Sound: Gil Landau.


The story of a woman who grows her ideal child in a flower pot, with unexpected side effects…

Written, directed & animated by Anne Breymann • Director of photography: Fabian Koppenhöfer.

Music: Roman Beilharz • Foley artist: Tobias Böhm • Vocals: Lena Breymann.

Pombo Loves You

A distant father is forced to confront a heroic but troubled past life as an 80s TV show mascot called Pombo.

Stop-Motion Animation Directed by Steve Warne.


Proxima B is a experimental short film in stop motion and video projection created by Marie Larrivé.

OPERATOR: Stopmotion Scifi Horror Episode 1 & 2

Stopmotion webseries directed by Sam Barnett about a corporation that unleashed a plague of biomechanical parasites on its workers.

Help Kickstart EP 3!

Pinky Toe

Overwhelmed by a “phantom itch” from his missing pinky toe, a man must come to terms with his situation or succumb completely to his obsession.

A film by Mathieu Libman • Music Composed by Paul Michael Cardon.

Narration by Nick D’Agostino • Set Fabrication by Ming-Huei Huang.

The Song Of Wandering Aengus

An animation short film by Matthew Lawes.

Based on W. B. Yeats poem ‘The Song of Wandering Aengus’, narrated by BAFTA Award Winner Liam Cunningham, with original music score from IVOR NOVELLO Award Winners David Holmes & Keefus Ciancia.

Shown at 45 international film festivals, winning 8 awards.

Travelling Through Brush & Ink

“Travelling Through Brush and Ink” is a stop-motion animation of a little modern man traveling through four significant ancient Chinese paintings, transforming himself into animals and plants, and becomes part of the nature.

Each painting represents four important stages of landscape art in Chinese history.

Director: Annlin Chao • Art Director: Pu Chen • Composer: Pi Chiu • Graphic Design: Chung-Yang Chen • Film Editing: Chia-Hung Lin, Ping-Kuei Lin • Scene Design: Ren-Hao Cai, Jia-Jhen Syu.