A man is wrongfully buried alive, and starts to descend to the Underworld. A Mexican Plasticine/clay animation that shows there is nothing to fear from death if you end up at this kind of party. It is reminicent of Corpse Bride (2005).
A man decides to kill himself by jumping from an apartment building. A cowboy and a pin-up girl on two billboards on neighbouring buildings try to save him. A Mexican Plasticine/clay animation directed by René Castillo and Antonio Urrutia.
Time lapse photography shows the tremendous amount of work that goes into animating a Plasticine/clay animation film.
This Plasticine/clay animation from Spanish animators Victor Gil and Sandra Ortuno is a musical about a bird with a fear of flying. What appears to be a cute animation of a chick soon reveals a darker side when the mother hen enters the scene.
Using clay animation, Pjotr Sapegin’s animated short, takes a true story and gives it a tongue-in-cheek treatment. An old man tells his granddaughter of his experiences during the Second World War in an effort to distract her while putting on her winter hat.
Plasticine animation is used to show life in a rough part of London. It was written by Sarah Ann Kennedy and directed by Peter Boyd Maclean. WARNING: adult content.
This is an Australian clay animation made in Melbourne by Adam Elliot. Winner of the 2004 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film, Harvie Krumpet is the biography of an ordinary man seemingly cursed with bad luck.
Claymation/Plasticine stop motion animation by Thomas R. Smith. This has amazing animation and boy is she ugly.
The film tells of a music hall impressionist who caricatures personalities from the second world war. Animated by Barry Bruce at Will Vinton Productions. Vinton’s studio has obtained a niche for itself as a maker of clay animation of quality and originality.