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Matatoro by Mauro Carraro (2010)

The hermetic world of bullfighting and its public, here reinvented and reinterpreted. Directed by Mauro Carraro, Raphaël Calamote and Jérémy Pasquet at Supinfocom, Arles, France.

Plato by Léonard Cohen (2010)

Winner at Annecy 2011 for best graduation film, it shows a man investigating a cube. It alternates between pen on paper drawings and 3D cardboard models in a way that keeps the viewer guessing about what will happen next. It was directed by Léonard Cohen at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France.

The Tadpole by Bonzom (2008)

French title La Mare aux Têtards. This cute and charming video was made five graduates from Gobelins L’Ecole in Paris, La Poudriere, and L’ESAAT in France and distributed by Passion Pictures.

Slimtime by Bertrand Avril (2010)

This stylish computer animation is a graduation film directed by Bertrand Avril, Pierre Chomarat, David Dangin and Thea Matland at Supinfocom Arles, France. While his wife is undergoing slimming treatment, André goes on a discovery tour of this very unusual center.

Café Serré by Denis Bouyer (2009)

A cop in a diner is too busy eating a donut to notice a robbery taking place. This computer animation is by Vincent E Sousa, Bertrand Avril, Yann de Préval and Denis Bouyer. The production time was four weeks using 3dsMax, Photoshop and After Effects. Produced at Supinfocom Arles, France.

Blind Spot by Cécile Dubois-Herry (2007)

An armed robbery takes place at a grocery store. The whole thing is recorded on the store’s video system but the fuzzy images lead to confusion. This computer animation was made at Gobelins, l’Ecole de l’Image, Paris, France. The co-directors were Johanna Bessière, Nicolas Chauvelot, Olivier Clert, Cécile Dubois-Herry, Yvon Jardel and Simon Rouby. More… Read More »

Gary by Clément Soulmagnon (2008)

Gary has a crush on a girl that is oblivious to him. He creates an alter ego in an attempt to get closer to her. This computer animation is directed by Clément Soulmagnon with Yann Benedi, Sébastien Eballard and Quentin Chaillet. It was made at Supinfocom, France.