A recap of all the articles featured in our 'TheyAreAnimators' series - from Hisko Hulsing interviewed in August 2012, to Adam Wells in December 2013. Running
Animator Adam Wells joins us to talk about his distinct 'Wellsian' style and how he manages to maintain his prolific output of short films.
In this on-going series, in which we explore the minds and processes of our favourite animators, we speak to Michael Frei about filmic vocabularies, setting
If you want to grab the attention of the right people in the short film arena, winning a BAFTA is certainly one way to go about. Production company White
Following the release of his Oscar nominated short Feral (embedded further below in this post), we felt this was a good time to revisit our 2013 interview with
At its best, short film can move you and elicit emotion as well as any feature film you’ll encounter. Unfortunately, these powerful moments in film
The first time I ever saw the work of Kristian Andrews, I was struck by how his short films Rabbit Punch and Bald Dad made me instantly drift away to my own
Not content with making some of the most innovative animation seen in recent years, eccentric creative-type David OReilly seems to have so many fingers in so
Following on from our TheyAreAnimators feature on animation collective Late Night Work Club, this month’s interview sees us shoot the breeze with
If you’re a fan of animated shorts, then you’ve probably already heard rumblings of a super collective of talented animators operating under the
When I think back to the films that kickstarted my fascination with the animated short, Jeremy Clapin’s Skhizein is one that instantly springs to mind.
With a first festival outing in 2002, when his short Robot City played the Ottawa International Animation Festival, Malcolm Sutherland’s consistent
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