Triqui Indian girl wrestles spiritual visions that force her to awaken to the importance of tradition as part of her self-identity.
Pearlie eagerly awaits for her new boyfriend to pick her up and go to the famous town ball, a tradition in Middleton. However, as she gets ready, Pearlie begins to suspect that a sinister force is trying to stop her departure. Director’s Statement The Ball follows a teen girl named[…]
Its an animated short film in the tradition of wood cut technique. About a wolf child, a cat and an angel. A very personal story and emotional journey on the search After an enigmatic journey full of privations and in quest for identity he finds his peace in forgiveness.A very[…]
Pause for a Moment is a short narrative directed for the clothing retailer Kit and Ace. It’s about the importance of taking time to slow down during the holiday season. It’s a non-traditional approach to telling a christmas story that taps into the nostalgia, chaos and traditions we have created.
Let our traditions continue! We’re back with our 5th edition of the year’s Top 5 trailers. As you know, we strongly believe that the trailer is an art of its own, and we love the passion people bring to their project. We are ecstatic to see filmmaker’s finding the true[…]
Rosie Dean doesn’t look like a typical Morris dancer, but something about her local group has drawn her in to the extent that she has cut off all contact with her friends and family…
Apo Whang-Od is considered the world’s last Mambabatok (hand-tap tattoo artist) from her generation. At the estimated age of 99, she is now passing the tattooing tradition to a new generation in her tribe including her grand-niece Grace. The tradition of this style of tattoo started as a symbol of[…]
Konki and his family live near Deluun Village, in the Altai Mountains of Western Mongolia, where the last six generations of his bloodline have continued the art and tradition of eagle hunting. At the age of 29, Konki has spent 21 of his years herding animals as a way to[…]
El Lienzo is a short visual documentary that captures the passions and realities of the deep rooted traditions of Mexico’s ‘Charraeda’ during the month long annual finals for the countries most popular sport.
The old tradition says: when the First Star appears in the sky, it’s time for Christmas Dinner…saurs! Meet our two prehistoric heros celebrating Christmas Eve in the new short animation by Evermotion. evermotion.org facebook.com/EvermotionVfx twitter.com/evermotion plus.google.com/+evermotion