The beginning of mankind and the very first love
Directed by Shinyoung Kim
Sound track : Basenji – Dawn
Genre : Music video
Duration : 02’53”
Is our DNA the government’s business?
The very things that we discard everyday and never think twice about-hair, skin, and saliva-can be clues about who we are. They can also as well as liabilities.
Traces focuses on the work of artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg, who created Stranger Visions, a series of masks based on DNA samples extracted from trash discarded in public places, and Invisible, a spray that erases and obfuscates DNA. Through her art, she raises questions around DNA privacy that parallel the very questions we are asking about who has access to our personal data.
These questions are not theoretical. Recently Black Lives Matter activist Deray was arrested during a protest and his DNA was sent to the FBI. Should this be acceptable? What regulations do we have around DNA collection?
This is SAUSAGE, the multi award winning and Oscar long-listed animated short film. sausagefilm.net
Grand Jury Prize’ – Amsterdam Film Fest
‘Best Animation’ – Mexico International Film Fest
‘Best Animation’ – Foyle Film Fest
‘Best Animation’ – NYC Indie Film Fest
‘Best Animation’ – The UK Film Fest
‘Best Short’ – Food Film Festival (Croatia)
‘Best Short’ – PROMAX UK Shorts
‘Best Short’ (runner up) – Food Film Festival (Holland)
Staff Pick – Vimeo
Pick Of The Day – Short of the Week
Pick Of The Day – Cartoon Brew
Synopsis: This retro animation introduces us to two artisan stallholders who’s idyllic world is invaded by a devious fast-food vendor. The ferocious turf war that follows provokes life changing events that result in one deliciously sourcey discovery!
Story, Animation and Design: Robert Grieves
Music Composition: Dan Radclyffe
Mentor for Story and Animation: Simon Williams
Sound Design & Mix: Leaf Troup
Additional Music: Mario Bordbar and Paul Worsley
Initial story advice: Steve Moles and Peter Morfoot
Special thanks to: Hackett Films, Blink Films and London Metropolitan University
In this Visual Poem of Contentment, a young book lover tries desperately to get the book everyone else has.
2 years ago when I was 16, I had the idea of a story that visually portrayed the perspective of someone who has no vision, a blind girl. I found the ironic use of the visual medium (a short film) intriguing. So, all through Last year, I decided to practice the craft of filmmaking and create it myself. Modeled, animated, and rendered entirely in Blender. minor post production in After Effects and edited in Premiere.
Watch on Youtube youtu.be/QEpCG6suios
One day Orsolya’s body is suddenly shaken up making her see the world upside-down.
How will she cope with this new situation?
Director: Bella Szederkényi
Music//sound design: Attila Pacsay
Editor: Judit Czakó
Producer: József Fülöp
Voices: Máté Haumann (E), Gábor Hevér (H), János Kulka (F), András Szőke (H)
Script doctor: Rita Domonyi
Storyboard, Design: Bella Szederkényi
Animators: Attila Bárdos, István Lakatos, Éva Molnár, Bella Szederkényi
Inbetweening: Mónika Egri, Rita Galvacs, Ildikó Kalmár, Barbara Mike, István Szabó
MIAF 2010/Melbourne International Animation Festival
LIAF 2010/London International Animation Festival
Animator Festival 2010, Poznan
Roshd Festival 2010, Teheran
Wiesbaden International Weekend of Animation 2010
Partouche 2010, Le Havre
Neu/New Festival 2010, Nantes
Cartoons on the Bay 2010, Portofino
30th Amiens International Film Festival 2010
Animarte 2010, San Fransisco
27th European Film Festival, Lille
Zlin Dog Festival 2010
International Short Film Festival Leuven 2010
Premier Plans festival 2010, Angers
Cortoons 2010, Rome
Ficam 2010, Morocco
Krok 2010, Russia
Klik 2010, Amsterdam
Cinefest 2010, Miskolc
Flatpack 2011, Birmingham
Monstra 2011, Lisboa
6th Athens AnimFest 2011
Be there! 2011, Corfu
Tricky Women 2011, Vienna
Filmszemle 2011, Budapest
KAFF 2011, Kecskemét
Aniwow 2009, Beijing
CANNES IFF Screening 2010 – Hungarian Block
Animafest 2010, Zagreb
San Fransisco International Animated Film Festival 2010
Anilogue festival 2009, Budapest
Image Forum 2010, Tokyo
Interview with Director’s Notes: directorsnotes.com/2015/12/17/luke-kondor-emma-reading-doghouse/
“Another fantastic use of talking over a film,” Luke Kondor
“A cinematic odyssey from the mind of a man, evidently in need of psychiatric help,” Luke Kondor
“Emma Reading, will you please animate my film?” Luke Kondor.
“Incredible really, that Luke won’t shut up during his own film,” Luke Kondor
A short animated film about love & family & stuff.
Rhuben’s parents have had a falling out, and it looks like his dad is going to be in the doghouse for a while… literally.
Sound effects were sourced from Soundbible.com, Freesound.org, and Freesfx.co.uk.
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A moving tribute to the first dog in space.
Director / Illustrator: Emory Allen
Executive Producers: Todd Boss, Egg Creative, Amanda Miller
Based on the poem “Triolet for Laika, First Dog In Space” by Ann Eichler Kolakowski
Animator: Alicia Reece
Modeler / Animator: Joe Russo
Production Support: NEIGHBOR
Original Music / Sound Designer: Alec Considine-Mueller
For a full list of audio samples provided by Freesound, visit trioletforlaika.com/info
Official Selection Animation Block Party 2015
Official Selection Atlanta Underground Film Festival 2015
Official Selection Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival 2015
Official Selection New Orleans Film Festival 2015
Gold Award Winner Spotlight Short Film Awards 2015
Written and Directed by Robert Cullen.
Produced by Boulder Media.
Synopsis: A little dog visits the big city in search of his sister.
Accolades include: Best Animation at the Galway Film Fleadh 2014, Winner of the Audience Choice Award at the Dublin Animation Film Festival, Best Animation at UKFF 2014, Best Animation at the Delhi Shorts International Film Festival. Selected for screening at many festivals worldwide, including
Boulder Media is an award winning Animation Production Company based in Dublin, Ireland. We have produced shows such as The Amazing World of Gumball, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Randy Cunningham-9th Grade Ninja, El Tigre-The Adventures of Manny Rivera and hope to one day work on shows with shorter titles.
On her way for a simple grocery, a young woman literally has to struggle through her fellow beings. Some of those people tend to leave an impression, but only one person leaves a mark that sticks.
Written, directed & animated: Lucette Braune
Music: Han Otten
Sound: Jeroen Nadorp
Sound design: Max Frick
Producers: Chris Eimers-Mouw, Arnoud Rijken & Michiel Snijders for il Luster Films
PRIZES & AWARDS:
BLEND Award at the BLEND symposium Melbourne Int. Animation Festival
Special Mention of the jury, Anim’est, for use of a fresh visual metaphor
FESTIVALS WHERE THE FILM HAS BEEN SHOWN (a shortlist):
Netherlands Film Festival, Netherlands, September 2013
Imaginaria film festival, Italy, September 2013 Anim’est, Romania, Oktober 2013 Klik! Amsterdam, Netherlands, November 2013
Animated Dreams, Estland, November 2013
Suikerzoet Film Festival, Netherlands, November 2013
Etuida & Anima, Poland, November 2013
Nieuwjaarsduik Culturele Zondag,the Netherlands January 2013
International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Netherlands, January 2014
Animated Exeter, United Kingdom, february 2014
Holland Animation Film Festival, the Netherlands, march 2014
New York Int Childrens Film Festival, USA, March 2014
Tricky Women, Austria, March 2014
Cortoons, Italy, March 2014
NexT Film Festival, April 2014
Laon International Film Festival for Young People, April 2014
Cine-Jeune de l’aisle, France, April 2014
Vafi Childrens Film Festival, April 2014
Portland NorthWest Animation Festival, May 2014
Melbourne International Animation Festival, June 2014
Zilina Int. Animation Fest Anca, June 2014
Setúbal Int. Film Fest. Festroia, June 2014
Poznan Int. Animation Festival – Animator, Juli 2014
Sicaf Animation Festival Korea, Juli 2014
Anima Mundi Brazil, Juli-August 2014
Hiroshima International Animation Festival, Augustus 2014
Fantoche Internationales Festival für AnimationFilm, September 2014
Braunschweig Int. Film Festival, november 2014
Cairo Panorama of the European Film, november 2014
Istanbul Int. Short Film Festival, november 2014
Soar was created as Alyce Tzue’s thesis project in school. What began as a toil of love by first-time filmmakers ended up catching the eyes of festivals all over the world. Soar is the proud 2015 Gold Winner of the 42nd Student Oscars, Best Student Animation Winner at Palm Springs, Finalist at the Student BAFTAs, and has screened in the Hamptons, St. Louis, Seoul, Austin, and more.
The Soar team is beyond grateful for your support. We believe the film’s surprise success is proof of its message: when you put in everything you’ve got, sometimes you achieve more than you ever expected.
There are plans to make Soar into a feature length film inspired by the sensibilities of Hayao Miyazaki and Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince. For more information, please contact Alyce Tzue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written and Directed by Alyce Tzue – alycetzue.com
Music by Jack Gravina – jackgravina.com
Produced by Anson Yu – email@example.com
VFX Supervisor Derek Flood – imdb.com/name/nm0282541
Created at the Academy of Art University – academyart.edu
3min, Animation 2D
Based on the poem of Robert Desnos “J’ai tant rêvé de toi”
‘I have dreamed of you so much that you are no longer real.(…)’ A film about The Horizon and his impossible love…
Director: Emma Vakarelova
Scriptwriter: Kalina Svezhin
Sound: Yan Volsy
Voice: Jaques Gamblin
Editing: Thomas Belair
Producer: Tant Mieux Prod (2014)
Broadcast on France 3
One march ends, a journey begins.
In a desert land, the last breath of a giant creature spurs the exodus of an entire people.
Directed by Kathleen Cartier, Sandrine Gimenez, Nicolas Mrikhi, Baptiste Roy, Thomas Saez.
Music by Yuichiro Maeda.
Festival Selections :
SIGGRAPH, 2015 – Los Angeles, USA
Animago AWARD, 2014 – Potsdam, Germany
Courts Devant, 2014 – Paris, France
Festival International du Court Métrage, 2014 – Lille, France
ANIMAFEST, 2015 – Zagreb, Croatia
Festival du Cinéma Européen, 2015 – Lille, France
Monstra Festival, 2014 – Lisbon, Portugal
Future Film Festival, 2015 – Bologna, Italia
Cutout Fest, 2014 – Querétaro, Mexico
Festival du Film Court, 2014 – Villeurbanne, France
International Animation Film Festival, 2015 – Tehran, Iran
FILMETS, 2015 – Badalona, Spain
A vintage nature film follows the migratory pattern of a herd wild creatures.
Toronto International Film Festival 2014
Encounters Short Film And Animation Festival 2014
Berwick Film And Media Festival 2014
Matsula Nature Film Festival 2014
Hamptons International Film Festival 2014
Toronto After Dark Film Festival 2014
Reggio Film Festival 2014
AmerAsia Film Festival 2014
CutOut Fest 2014
International Art-Forum St.Petersburg 2014
Klik Amsterdam Animation Festival 2014
AFI Film Festival 2014
Flux Screening Series 2014
St.Louis International Film Festival 2014
International Short Film Festival Leuven 2014
Whistler Film Festival 2014
International Digital Animation Festival Nagoya 2014
One Screen Awards 2015
Regard Sur Le Court Metrage 2015
FICL Festival International De Cine Lanzarote 2015
Cleveland International Film Festival 2015
Boston Underground Film Festival 2015
Stockholm International Film Festival Junior 2015
Cartoons By The Bay 2015
Nashville International Film Festival 2015
Northwest Animation Festival 2015
Hamburg International Short Film Festival 2015
C’est Right Short Film Festival 2015
Anima Mundi 2015
Animation Block Party 2015
Fantasia Film Festival 2015
Melbourne International Film Festival 2015
Atlantic Film Festival 2015
Off-Court Trouville 2015
Cinema Des Gens D’Ici 2015
Sunrise Film Festival 2015
Northern Wave Film Festival 2015
Interfilm Short Film Festival 2015
London International Animation Festival 2015
Supertoon 2014 Special Jury Mention
SeeMor Film Festival 2014 Best Animation
Giraf Festival of Animated Film 2014 Best Canadian Film
Canadian Screen Awards 2015 Best Animated Film Nominee
Jutra Awards 2015 Best Animated Film Nominee
Athens Animest 2015 Best Experimental Film 3rd Place
USA Film Festival 2015 Best Experimental Film
Kan-Kan Media Long Week Of Short Films 2015 Special Jury Award
Sagi alter and Reut Elad’s graduation film from Bezalel Academy of art & design, Jerusalem 2014.
The film illustrates a day in the life of an Israeli soldier during his service, located in the Palestinian territory. A local boy dressed as a bunny starts a chase that blurs the line between the pursuer and the pursued, between reality and imagination.
Sound Desing- Sweetsound studio