Puppet making made to make music.

A film by Ainslie Henderson • Featuring music by Poppy Ackroyd.

Fallen Giants: Dystopian Illustrations by Mike Winkelmann

Der Grafikdesigner Mike Winkelmann arbeitet unter dem Namen beeple und stammt aus Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Seine faszinierende Illustrationsserie “Fallen Giants” zeigt ehemalige Technologie-Giganten, reduziert auf Transportbehälter, in einer fernen, dystopischen Zukunft.

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The Story of Warfarin

Blood, rats and anticoagulants: The story of warfarin.

The history of warfarin, one of the earliest anticoagulant drugs, is littered with the bodies of sick cows and poisoned rats. This animation tells the story of how a bloody beginning gave rise to a life-saving medication.

Animation: Dog & Rabbit in association with Jules Bartl • Sound by Nigel Manington.


Adam – a collaboration between artist Emma Allen and neuroscientist Daisy Thompson-Lake.

This piece is an animated portrait illustrating some of the underlying neurological processes and emotions associated with depression.

Created with face paint and stop-motion animation.

Written, Directed & Animated by Emma Allen.

Look At Me Only

Having forgotten exciting feelings of the early days of the relationship, the man drifts along petting his guinea pig. One day he meets a beauty of flower who appreciates the pet.

Graduation short film directed by Tomoki Misato.

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Music & Sound Design: Allan Sainsain • Image & Direction: Hugo Moreno.

Hyperlight: A Science Fiction Short Film

Two elite astronauts wake up in the abyss of space; they return to their stranded ship and discover the surprising reason behind their mission’s catastrophic failure.

A film by Nguyen-Anh Nguyen.


An open window becomes an invitation to look inside—but who is watching? In the digital world, our private lives are being shared with others, and it’s not always being shared voluntarily.

Windows provide a metaphor for the screens we use to observe others.

Created by Jason Allen Lee.

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SevenThings I’ve Learned About Time Travel

Markus is an intelligent boy of nearly nine years old. His mother has been idle with depression for a considerate amount of time and his father no longer plays a part in his life. One day, Markus decides to build a time machine, with which he attempts to change the little things concerning his mother in such a way that her depression might just go away. Marcus discovers that you can’t change everything in the past with a time machine. But what about the future?

Written & directed by Jonathan Herzberg. Subtitles available.

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