Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

JAZZIMATION 2

Produced, Directed, Designed & Animated by Oerd van Cuijlenborg.

Music: Jeroen van Vliet MOON TRIO “Use My Time”.

BINMAN

At the end of autumn, a binman is gathering dead leaves to give life to the next season.

A film by Alain Vu • Barbara Fisinger Skorjanc • Mylène Cominotti.

ATARAXYA: The Animated Short Film

« Alone in his psychological complexity, a young man tries to open himself to the unknown. »

Directed by Maxime Hélier, Guilherme Pereira, Marion Chopin, Sophie Loubière, Carla Gandolfi.

Music: Cio D’Or, Mike Parker, Mike Maass • Sound: Maxime Hélier • Voice: Guilherme Pereira.

Outsider

Written by Sofia Ashraf, and featuring the voice of Ratna Pathak Shah, this spoken word piece aims to raise awareness regarding the unaddressed problems these women endure everyday.

Director: Mohit Bhasin, Aditya Tawde • Writer: Sofia Thenmozhi Ashraf.

POKEY POKEY

A father attempts to figure out the best way to protect his son from seeing filthiness of the crime-ridden city…

Director & Animator: Jake Zhang • Music: Pantawit Kiangsiri • Sound Designer: Katie Gately.

Story: Jake Zhang, Xu Zhou, Shangning Wang • Graphic Designer: Shangning Wang.

Power

An animated film intersecting machinery, life, and media. Power.

Created by Dana Sink.

Sue Doeksen x Anima Boutique: A Visual Adventure

Dutch illustrator and visual adventurer Sue Doeksen collaborated with Finnish production studio Anima Boutique to produce this playful animated loop!

Hiding

A short little animation about hiding.

Created by Rafferty Amor • Music by Lullatone.

SPLIT

Throughout our lives, we often inspire undue stress and anxiety by viewing our existence with a “dualistic mind.” We create a world of private duality, a world that is limited to fixed or black and white thinking. We do this because it gives us a (false) sense of security and control over life’s uncertainties. The dualistic mind tricks us into thinking we have this “life” thing figured out, and we don’t have to struggle and search anymore.

A film by Cento Lodigiani • Music by Wesley Slover.

The Caged Pillows

The Caged Pillows is an interactive animated film from Artist Galen Pehrson that blends art, music and entertainment into an operatic and experimental narrative that takes you on a surreal journey through the isolation of technology, media consumption, and the commercialization of our hopes and dreams.

The piece features characters voiced by Jena Malone, Rose McGowan, Gemma Ward and James Franco and a futuristic soundtrack by Daft Punk, Death Grips, Future Islands and Devendra Banhart.

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