Our third edition of our Favourite Short Picks continues with our Animated selections. After seeing Drama & Documentaries, we explore the imaginarium of animated short films that have captured our attention over the last year. Pianoid by Janina Putzker Watch Film Humankind by Scott Geersen Watch Film Bats & Jokes[…]
A music video in clay animation for Montreal based singer songwriter Ada Lea and her song Wild Heart (out for SaddleCreek and Nextdoor Records). In a dreamy fairytale-like atmosphere given by soft focus and a faint color palette, the animation follows the steps of a girl who, timidly at first[…]
Set in an abandoned research facility, the music video follows ‘Six’, a test subject who is goaded into making his escape by a mysterious woman from his past. The film clip combines miniature sets with 3D and 2D animated characters into a menagerie of styles that are diverse, but still[…]
A stop motion animated film which aims to raise awareness of how deadly dangerous dance can be These are dark times. The growing amount of political, social and environmental issues fill the agendas of millions of concerned people around the world. You may think that in our modern and thorough[…]
A fat, arrogant caterpillar doesn’t want to become a butterfly. In song and rhyme, the horrors of metamorphosis are revealed.
A clay girl on the subway is eager to reach the terminus…will she make it? A zombie short film in clay animation that touches upon judgement, society and how, without even noticing, we are all accomplices.
In a bid to heal the rift in society, a clucky chicken sets out to find out what came first – the chicken or the egg? Contains giant egg colliders and explosions.
When Ari is visited by creatures in the night, he must figure out the source of what’s eating holes through all of his things. Told through mixed media of original illustrations, stop motion, and “Drunk History”-style narration, RATS! is a hilarious short for anyone familiar with their home being taken[…]
The video is a music clip entirely made in clay animation (stop motion) by Milan based artist Gaia Alari, in collaboration with London based artist and musician Crøm-Lus (Poppy Edwards , crom-lus.com). The clip is an auto produced, low budget experimental artistic animation, that aims to visually represent a journey[…]
On September 5th, 2016, I moved in with Kayla, we had never met prior to that day. This film portrays a peculiar roommate that I never really spoke to.