Animation Tag Archive

An English Seaside Town Becomes Ground Zero for the Armageddon in Sholto Crow’s Animation ‘Martin’

Animation

21st June, 2017

Animator Sholto Crow joins us to discuss destroying the place he grew up and his one-man band approach to animation, with stylish short film 'Martin'

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Making an Audience Care about Cut-Out Characters in Joseph Wallace’s Animated Short ‘Natural Disaster’

Animation

13th June, 2017

A man's life begins to crumble in Joseph Wallace's funny & relatable cut-out animation 'Natural Disaster'

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Scott Coello Animates the Nightmarish Diary Entries of a Syrian Activist in ‘Life Inside Islamic State’

Animation, Documentary

3rd April, 2017

Scott Coello brings to life the harrowing diaries of an activist living under Islamic State, with his animated film created for BBC Radio 4's Today Show.

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Desire, Ruthlessness and a Complete Loss of Control Run Riot in Jakob Schmidt’s Dark Fairytale ‘Planemah’

Animation

30th January, 2017

A megalomaniacal king chases the secrets of the universe and existence in Jakob Schmidt’s dark allegorical animation about desire, ruthlessness and greed.

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Pierre Emperador Creates a Curious Soul-Stirring World of Familial Longing in ‘Seven & Light’

Animation

19th January, 2017

A child stranded on a lonely planet attempts to find a substitute for the familial love he yarns for in Pierre Emperador's gorgeous animated short.

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Paradise

Animation, Art & Fashion

19th December, 2016

Reimagining Hieronymus Bosch's most ambitious triptych, Studio Smack unveil an unparalleled animation which cites the evolution and corruption of mankind.

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Embracing Human Instinct, Amber Xu’s ‘Luscious’ Denotes Boundless Pleasure Through Fantasy

Animation

10th August, 2016

We speak to Amber Xu about her animated look inside the human psyche and the power of its creativity in fantasy short ‘Luscious’

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The Black Dog Through the Kaleidoscope

Animation

25th February, 2013

If you ever wondered what UK animator Stephen Irwin’s The Black Dog’s Progress would look like viewed through an acid fuelled haze, you can get some

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Alphagames

Animation

25th January, 2013

Evan Seitz returns with some more animated quiz action in Alphagames; a short film that challenges you to name as many video game titles as you can.

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Left Nude

Animation

24th January, 2013

Inspired by his life drawing classes at the RCA and drawn with his left hand, so his right wouldn’t get too tired when working on his graduation film

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Goodnight, Sweet PakMan

Animation

17th January, 2013

Last year we saw legendary game hero Pac-Man brought to live action life in a secret government lab. Now one-man animation studio Chris Weller brings us his

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A Short History of the Gif

Animation

16th December, 2012

Sean Pecknold takes us through a claymation history of the humble GIF for the Moving the Still festival in celebration of the format’s 25th birthday.

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