Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

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A troubled relationship between a Cat and Mouse set in the distant Future.

Written, Directed & Produced by David OReilly, Sound design & Voice synthesis by David Kamp, Sound design & Music by Bram Meindersma. Distributed by Future Shorts.

Awards: Golden Bear for best short film – Berlinale (2009) Grand Prize – Kurzfilmtage Winterthur (2009) Special Jury Commendation – Animated Dreams Tallinn (2009) Silver Dove – DOK Leipzig (2009) Deutscher Kurzfilmpreis (2009) Best Narrative Film – Ottawa (2009) First Prize for Best Short Film – Animadrid (2009) The Cartoon D’or (2009) High Risk Award – Fantoche (2009) Special Distinction – Annecy (2009) Best German Film – Oberhausen (2009) …

| Directed by David OReilly |

August by Matthias Hoegg

Unwanted visitors disturb the tranquility of a campsite at the height of summer. While mayhem breaks out on the lawn, a group of ants makes brave new discoveries in the grass.

In the official selection of Anima Brussels ’10 (Special Mention in International Student Competition), Encounters ’09, Holland Animation Festival ’09, DOK Leipzig ’09, ITFS Stuttgart ’10, Monstra Lisbon ’10 and many more. Produced at the Royal College of Art, London 2009.

Animated Short: LUMI

Lumi discovers his world for the first time. He looks up the sky and gets touched by the stars.

Then, everything goes dark and suddenly appears GriGro, a strange being that grows out of control in the absence of light.

| by TMK3D | via seitvertreib |

Old Fangs

| by Adrien Merigeau |

Walking On By

| by Mr. Freeman |

Animated Short: Alma

Written and Directed by: Rodrigo Blaas | Produced by Cecile Hokes | Music: Mastretta

Animated Short: Replay

Replay – ESMA Monteplier by Roger Foxtrot.

Animated Short: Orlegi

Orlegi is about a little girl and her friend going on an adventure to find and restore the color green (orlegi in Basque) in a dying forest.

Animated traditionally in Flash by Angela Kim. Backgrounds painted traditionally in gouache on watercolor paper.

Animated Short: Thursday

An everyday love story set in the not so distant future sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts.

Directed by Matthias Hoegg at the Royal College of Art, London, 2010. Nominated for a BAFTA for Short Animation.

Animated Short: Happy Hour

This is an animated short film project, created by a team of five enthusiastic first-year 3D animation students. The short film goes by the name of ‘Happy Hour’. The idea started from a simple joke while we were out enjoying some beers and eventually grew into our first animated 3D short film.

| by Team Highfive | via |

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