Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category


Graduation animated short film created by Jan-Joost Verhoef.

Nominated for the Academic Achievement Award at ArtEZ Zwolle.

Dramaturgy by Marijana Cosic.

The film is a semi-autobiographical tale showing among others modern madness, attention disorder, overindulgence, fear of death, being alone without loneliness. It has a loose narrative, almost sequential, encouraging the viewer to construct their own theories, while retaining a unity in theme and atmosphere.

Voyeur School by Kol Belov

Film directed and animated by Kol Belov.

Original score written and performed by Ghost Reflection.

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Biking Aliens by PepperMelon

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Run Amok III

Run Amok was created for the GRAPHIC 2011 Animation Competition by Sydney-based creative collective Triple Z. ZZZ Collective: Brian Neong San, Mark Lawrence Ong und Okayboss.

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Badman Silence

“Bad Man Silence” is an animation of the comic book “Nemesis” by Mark Millar.

Richard Payne aka Creative Immortal has married print and screen with an ultra violent animation of the comic’s panels. This mash-up for DJ Deceit’s dubstep monster ‘Badman Silence’ garnered the attention of the Nemesis creators themselves. Millar said of it, ‘Brilliant! I love it.’ And McNiven stated, ‘Absolutely spectacular!!! I was blown away.’

Body by Patrick McHale

Video: Patrick McHale. Music: The Mae Shi – “Body 2”.

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An Abstract Day

Abstract Day is a semi-abstract animation film by Oerd van Cuijlenborg based on a story which is told in sound. We witness a day in the life of a couple, who fight, make love and escape the hot and crowded city. It is a simple story in which the visuals and sound are produced together to merge into a unique world.

The Animation Works Of Mirai Mizue

Mirai Mizue is a representative figure of the new generation of abstract animation in Japan. His films have been shown in more than 100 festivals in about 20 countries. His strong obsession towards cells forces him to draw every frame with surprising density. His rhythmical animation overwhelms viewers. Recently he has been trying to step into new territory: minimalistic abstract animation using linear figures.

A Long Day Of Timbre ↓

Playground ↓

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How To Eat Your Apple

Animation by Erick Oh.

Sound Design by David Ochs & Andrew Vernon.

Tin Robot by LeMob

LeMob self promo short clip with a clumsy tin robot.

Directed by Bart Wasem.