Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

The Chosen Generation

An invite to hop on a bus and skip town is broadcasted to a number of youngsters living in an abandoned city. The teens, however, are hugely occupied by their love of technology and Internet habits and have been living deep in solitary with their own gadgets.

With only a little time, the teens had to struggle against their ever-growing tech-addiction in responding to the call before the departure.

Written, directed & animated by Ariel Victor.

Jazz Orgie

Dots, Lines, Planes and Forms set themselves in motion and get drown into their own choreographic world. Within the ecstasy of touch they engage with Jazz Tones into a play of colours and forms which results in a total explosion.

Directed & Animated by Irina Rubina • Music: Emanuel Hauptmann • Performed by Blofish.


Directed & animated by Jonathan Djob Nkondo • Music & Sound design: Thomas Williams.


A film by Marta Gennari & Giulia Martinelli.

The Old Man And The Bird

Snowflakes drift through the forest. An old man, as old as the hills, lives alone in a remote hut. The winter is so cold that he can barely move his limbs. When a robin flies against his window and falls to the ground the old man first has to pause for thought. Then he pushes open the heavy front door and stomps outside to help the bird. Out in the deep snow his strength begins to fail him. But no sooner does he take the tender creature in his hands than a change comes over him. Life radiates in luminous colours and returns to the old man’s hut. As it used to. Or is this just one last memory? An inventively animated rumination on love, on bidding farewell and the cycle of life.

Directed by Dennis Stein-Schomburg • Based on a short story by Elizabeth Dickman.


Director: MEGACOMPUTEUR • 3D Supervisor: Benoit Revilliot • Soundtrack: Kouz.

Team 3D: Léo Brunel, Quentin Camus, Camille Jalabert, Oscar Malet, Corentin Yvergniaux.

John Carpenter: My Favourite Music Memory

Music brings memories and memories brings music back, connected in time and space in our mind.

In this case, John Carpenter, explains us his favourite memory where music was the main character. A picture of his past recreated with a cubist style where, like memories, everything is made of small pieces.

Direction, Design & Animation: Device • Character Animation: Genís Rigol.

Creative Direction: Alex Julià • Original Idea: Joan Pons • Narrated by: John Carpenter.

Plena Stellarum

Neon ghosts dreaming in dead landscapes.

Written, designed, animated & directed by Matthew Wade.


We follow a boy growing up.

A film created by Brian Kim • Music by Jimmy Lee.

Afternoon Class

He’s trying to stay awake in an afternoon classes.

Graduation film by Seoro Oh.