Archive for the ‘Stop Motion’ Category

The Unknown // Ornetica Hesse

The second of an on-going series of stop-motion shorts called The Unknown.

This part concerns Ornetica Hesse. A man journeys to the tallest peak.

Director: Sean Pecknold • Art Director & Set Designer: Adi Goodrich.

Game Over by PES

PES recreates 5 classic arcade death sequences in this newly remastered HD version of his stop motion short “Game Over” • Written, Directed & Animated by PES.

The Unknown // Jesper Baker

The first of an on-going series of stop-motion shorts called The Unknown.

This part concerns a little fellow named Jesper Baker. A man who has found himself stuck in life.

Director: Sean Pecknold • Art Director & Set Designer: Adi Goodrich.

Ignite by Daniel Barreto

Ignite is an experimental short film animation that was made with hundreds of long exposure photographs by Daniel Barreto, just as a timelapse or stopmotion. Light painting.

Landthropologic // Earthworks In Motion

A collection of earthworks in motion made in 2015 by Paul Johnson.

Music Clip: “Strange” by Hidden Orchestra.

EDMOND

Nina Gantz’s dark and touching animation Edmond tells the story of an oddball character whose desire to be close to those around him reaches cannibalistic extreme.

The dutch director’s graduate film from the National Film and Television School has won numerous awards including a BAFTA and a Short Film Jury Award at this year’s Sundance film festival.

Ain’t No Fish

Ain’t No Fish’ is a short stop motion animated film featuring a bunch of hungry Arctic seals singing along to the music and lyrics of Sigman & Russell as performed by Hoagy Carmichael. It’s an ‘easy-go-lucky’ song about fishing and why ‘Some Days There Just Ain’t No Fish’. As the animated seals sing along to the show tune it’s slowly revealed in the background why there ‘Ain’t No Fish.’

Despite the upbeat attitude of the seals the garbage and oil industry that pervades the sea provides the answer…

Directed by Tom Gasek & Miki Cash.

Once Upon A Blue Moon

A lonely blue alien thinks he has found a new friend to play with when a strange new explorer robot lands on his planet.

Winner of the best independent film in the 2015 “Festival Stopmotion Montreal.”

A film by Steve Boot • Music: Jasper Wilkinson • Lightning & Camera: John Duffy, Daniel Beckett.

Two Films About Loneliness

A bilingual film in German and English, featuring the voices of the actor and comedian Tim Key and voiceover artist Detlef Bierstedt.

Written & animated by William Bishop-Stephens & Christopher Fales.

PADRE

Day by day, the daughter of an elder military commander takes care of her bedridden father. The dictatorship has come to an end in Argentina, but not in this woman’s life.

Idea & Direction: Santiago ‘Bou’ Grasso.

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