Carol Freeman reveals how a team of animators worked error-free for 14 months across nearly 4500 paintings for paint-on-glass short 'The Bird & the Whale'
Asides, Live Action
After his eyes are opened to an all pervasive threat an unstable man spirals out of control in Ruairi Robinson’s sci-fi horror short 'Corporate Monster'.
Eoin Duffy flexes his geometric animation skills in this interpretation of Irish poet William Butler Yeats’s 'The Second Coming', created for TED Ed.
DN sat down with John Robert Brown to discover how the awe-inspiring Irish landscape galvanised his dark western meets fairy tale, 'My Father, My Blood'.
Rory Byrne’s vibrant animated short 'An Island' follows a man haunted by grief through his solo efforts to conquer an isolated island.
Finn Keenan shares how a clever pitch concept quickly escalated into a gravity defying production challenge in need of a solution in 'Back & Forth'.
Dublin based animator Joe Loftus takes us on a decidedly creepy journey into guilt and consequence, perfect for the Halloween season in 'Wooden child'.
A pair of travellers attempt to devise an escape from the ceaseless barren landscape that surrounds them in Alan Friel's award-winning dark comedy 'Cake'.
Animation, Art & Fashion
Artist Páraic McGloughlin’s philosophical short reflects the patchwork of constructions we have built on the planet to aid our ever-evolving civilisation.
Director Simon Eustace reveals which wolf he fed to bring his economically told tale of our universal battle of wills 'Two Wolves' to cinematic life.
Take a trippy journey through a mysterious underwater world in Conor Finnegan's latest music video for Jape track 'The Hearts Desire'
Conor Finnegan reveals the darker side to his work in this animated video for Candice Gordon track 'Sound of Horns'
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