A short love note to horror films, comics and retro games. All artwork, animation and sound design by Case Jernigan. Director’s Notes Made with paper, this short stop-motion and drawn animation piece serves as a love note to artist Case Jernigan’s favorite films, art and games. A response to the[…]
Take a trip to MONSTER ISLAND! Zog and Java are two best friends looking to throw the ultimate BBQ party. They also happen to be giant monsters imprisoned on an island. 99.9% stop-motion animation, 0.1% tiny live-action people!
A stopmotion webseries about an evil corporation that enslaves its workers by releasing a plague of bio-mechanical parasites. Being avid fans of stop motion animation, we are fully aware of the efforts needed to create a fluid progressive film in cohesion with the storyline. Operator is almost a serious parody[…]
Chock full of outraged aliens, wild dogs, Instagram malaise, and the private pursuits of the artist, See / Saw explores the relationship between image, text, and sound. Animators Case Jernigan and Erik Winkowski trade short stories, stringing together a flurry of imagery and messages. The two artists craft animation from[…]
Monday mornings are already hard and losing an hour of sleep doesn’t make it any easier. A late employee struggles to adjust for the workday. Luckily his co-worker has a solution. “Timezoned’ is the second episode in a stop-motion series produced by production company Skycar Creative. The first episode titled[…]
An ambitious stop frame animation short by Matthew Lawes. Based on W. B. Yeats poem ‘The Song of Wandering Aengus’, narrated by BAFTA Award Winner Liam Cunningham, with original music score from IVOR NOVELLO Award Winners David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia.
Made over the course of six months, this stop-frame animation depicts “lost footage” and subsequent outtakes from a commercial starring a bad-tempered, baby Orson Welles.
2016 is gone, but not forgotten! We are thrilled to bring back our Top 10 selection of the last year. The list includes shorts that have touched us and inspired us the most, with either their stories, visual effects or originality. These are films featured on Film Shortage in 2016,[…]
Craving the attention of her busy father, a seven-year-old Star Wars fan disobeys him and unknowingly starts a rebellion with his Star Wars toy collection that would have surprising consequences. #GoRogue: This fan film was produced for Lucasfilm’s #GoRogue #Contest 2016. It’s a live-action / stop-motion film about Star Wars[…]
In a surreal and quiet suburb, a beautiful girl waits for the flirtatious postman to arrive each morning. Little does she know, across the street lives a lonely ghost, trapped in an old house, longing for her from afar. In a film four years in the making, director Nik Wansbrough[…]