Designed as a possible title sequence for a fictitious documentary, this film shows a history of the title sequence in a nutshell. The sequence includes all the names of title designers who had a revolutionary impact on the history and evolution of the title sequence. The names of the title designers all refer to specific characteristics of the revolutionary titles that they designed.
A History Of The Title Sequence by Jurjen Versteeg & Lea Jurida
Last night’s leftovers battle for their lives.
Meltdown by Dave Green
An armadillo lives in a perfect world that is threatened when a hunter enters the scene.
Dilla by Mike Klim, Stanley Moore, Dominic Pallotta, Mikey Sauls Continue reading
Born into a world of numbers, an oppressed zero discovers that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something.
Zero by Christopher Kezelos Continue reading
Little Emily wanders into a hidden part of town and stumbles upon a failing magic shop, where she is given a magical mechanical stuffed Rabbit. She brings him to life, expecting a magic show, but gets more than she bargains for….
Rabbitkadabra! by Dave Chen, Naomi Chen, Michelle Czajkowski and Krzysztof Fus from the School of Visual Arts Computer Art Department in Manhattan. Continue reading
I used to draw out Mario levels and characters on graph paper. I’d move them around and make the little paper Mario jump on the paper Goombas and think, “Man, I wish I could record this.” Fast forward some 20 years later and I’ve finally gotten around to doing something like it. Here’s to the 6 year old in your past who always liked to draw cartoons.
Mario’s Ladder by Cory Godbey Continue reading
The journey of a young boy
An award winning animated film by recent graduates from the International Film School of Wales, Tom Brown and Daniel Gray.
t.o.m. by a film by Tom Brown and Daniel Gray — Holbrooks Films Continue reading
When a man is witness to a murder and takes pictures of the killer, he has to run for his life. During the chase he is able to turn the tables and the prey becomes the hunter. All resulting in an unfortunate ending.
pivotthemovie.com Continue reading
A strange forest creature trying to find his own place on the food cycle.
Güveç by Gökalp Gönen Continue reading
“Storytime”, an animated short made in 1968 by Terry Gilliam of Monty Python fame.
Film by Terry Gilliam Continue reading
Galactic Mail is a project I made along with my friend Jonathan Vuillemin aka Motraboy. It was produced by The Mill in 2008. We used XSI Softimage as a main tool. Check my website for more infos: asterokid.com
Galactic Mail by Asterokid / The Mill Continue reading
BigLittleCity put out a call to animators from in and around Cardiff to imagine the secret lives of the animals of Bute Park’s animal wall. Luke Hyde helped us to find and co-ordinate the animators and chose the bear for his piece.
The Bear by Luke Hyde
Read more about Big Little City: Cardiff and watch the other Bute Park animals come to life.
One brick, two bricks, three bricks, four…What can you do with these few on the ﬂoor? Five bricks, six bricks, seven, eight… Don’t think that’s enough? Well just you wait. It only takes a few bricks to make something CL!CK
The Brick Thief: A LEGO Short Film by legoclick Continue reading
A rookie secret agent is faced with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase.
The film took nearly 5 years to complete and is the first attempt at animation by writer/director Lucas Martell: “When the project started, it was mostly an excuse to learn 3D animation, but by the end of the project I had spent so much time reworking and polishing the story that I just wanted people to laugh.”
Loads of supplemental content at pigeonimpossible.com Continue reading
A short narrative about human interplanetary exploration.
Mars! by Joe Bichard Continue reading
Tower 37 siphons every drop of water from a once-pristine lake, that is, until the station’s steward realizes that it is slowly destroying an entire ecosystem.
The Incident at Tower 37 (2009) is a ten-minute HD animated film, written and directed by Chris Perry and produced within the collaborative animation curriculum at Hampshire College.
The Incident at Tower 37 by Chris Perry Continue reading