Joseph Wallace returns to DN with his most ambitious work yet, a 17-minute stop-motion folktale exploring the refugee crisis and xenophobia.
Combining 16mm, 8mm, VHS and video Sally Tran details how she documented the roots and persistence of anti-Asian hate in the USA in 'Centuries and Still'.
10 Black victims of police brutality are movingly surveyed in Sally Tran's table top mixed media film '60 Years and Still' — created completely in-camera.
Poligonic's Alberto Sáenz Gómez Tello exalts the creative power of stealing from the work that inspires you in animated short 'Nothing is Original'.
Artist/Animator Case Jernigan submerges us in a reservoir of memory, nostalgia and regret in mixed media animation short 'Too Young for a Memoir'.
Asides, Live Action, Music
Somesuch Director Kim Gehrig celebrates the diverse beauty of the vulva in this absolutely joyous, mixed media ad for Libresse, 'Viva La Vulva'.
Animation, Asides, Music
Antoni Sendra merges photocopies, rotoscopy, hand drawn animation and digital collage in this mixed media promo for Mike Shinoda’s 'Make It Up As I Go'.
Shahaf Ram takes DN through the creation of 'Separation', his sublimely realised mixed media expression of the emotional devastation caused by lost love.
Tal Kantor returns to DN for an extensive look at the techniques, tools & thought processes which led to her captivating exploration of inaction & regret.
Ynon Lan tells DN how he drew from personal memories and family photographs for his multi-layered, mixed media tribute to familial loss and remembrance.
Animation, Film Festival, Podcasts
DN caught up with Chris Shepherd to reflect on his celebrated career and return to the hybrid world of animated/live action violence in 'Johnno’s Dead'.
Packed full of creativity Tal Zagreba, Robert Moreno & Daniel Sasson's legalisation promo is an impressive mixed-media call to arms for the 420 nation.
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