09 Feb 2014

Tallest Heights

09 Feb 2014

Wind by Robert Löbel

09 Feb 2014

Abby – Monsters

02 Jan 2014

Trip by VJsuave

22 Jul 2013

“Time to Change: Katie’s Story”

Well if I can’t use this site for a bit of shameless self-promotion, then what’s the point, eh?! Here’s an animation I made for the UK national mental-health awareness campaign Time to Change, telling the story of ‘Katie’, a girl who has come through depression and feels ready to tell her story. It’s a subject close to my heart and a project I was very proud to make.

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22 Jul 2013

“Living with Depression” by Anna Ginsburg

04 Jul 2013

“Modern Dance” Short

Really nice little dance film made predominantly with stop-frame cut-outs. I’m going to try this myself, I like it!

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13 Jun 2013

“No Noodles” Stop-Motion Short

Really well made stop-motion short, a joy to watch!

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11 Jun 2013

Don Hertzfeldt’s ‘It’s Such A Beautiful Day’

Here’s a really special treat for you animation fans! Don Hertzfeldt has released his feature ‘It’s Such A Beautiful Day’ on Vimeo’s On-Demand service – it’s just $2 to watch or $6 for digital download. I got the download and for $6 it will get more than it’s worth in re-plays. I cannot hype this film enough; it is my favourite animated feature since ‘Mary and Max’ and is instantly in my top 10. It is technically and creatively innovative, but more than that, it is surreally poignant, genuinely moving, and darkly comic. It’s a masterpiece. Basically just watch it. Now.

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09 May 2013

“The Pub” Short by Joseph Pierce

I’ve been away from this site for some time, but am back in the driving seat and will be continuing to bring you the best in animation here from now on – and what better way to get back into it than to share with you this brilliant short film by Joseph Pierce?! I featured the trailer on here a while back, but it is now available in full, after justly winning a multitude of awards the world over. I absolutely love this mixed-media rotoscope style. It’s one I have practiced and studied myself, but this is an exemplary piece. Director’s Notes published a great interview online with Mr. Pierce which can be viewed here. I’ll be keeping an eye out on what he does next an no doubt this won’t be the last you see of him – rumours are he has a feature in development, which I very much hope is true!

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