This beautiful and yet gory film was made by Brazilian animator Alessandro Corrêa. We asked Alessandro for some background information on the film: “I read the book The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux and saw the 1925 silent movie and thought it would be fun to work on my own version. I used… Read More »
Aardman Animations director Bram Ttwheam, who has worked on numerous BAFTA award winning film’s has teamed up with artist Tristan Stevens to create Nordic Giants much anticipated first video release for their debut single, Shine, featuring the vocals and lyrics of Cate Ferris. Nordic Giants the post rock duo smashed onto the scene little over… Read More »
This jolly Christmas spot was made entirely with the free Blender software. It was shown a number of times on French television over the holiday period. It was directed by Geraldine Karolyi at her own company, 17mars with the help of members of the Blender community. Geraldine tells the story behind the production at blendernation.com.
Here is a video to get you in the Christmas spirit. Animated lego moves around a Christmas tree playing a giant Pack-Man style game. It is set to the music of In the Hall of the Mountain King by Edvard Grieg. Production by Andrew Jive in Brooklyn, New York, USA. It was shot with Dragonframe… Read More »
This amazing music video, by Katarzyna Kijek and Przemysław Adamski, was hand drawn frame by frame with markers on paper. Approximately 1850 drawings were produced in about two months. The track is by the Irish group ‘We Cut Corners‘ who write short songs on drums and guitar. You can see behind the scenes images of… Read More »
How to eat your Apple is an extension of Erick Oh’s recent illustration series in the form of an animated poem. It is without a protagonist, a defined narrative, set point of camera view or any other aspect of mainstream film language; How to eat your Apple surrealistically portrays human nature and its essence in… Read More »
Pythagasaurus starts off looking like a maths education film but soon reveals humour aimed at a more mature audience. When a volcano threatens to blow two prehistoric men enlist the aid a mathematician dinosaur. Directed by Peter Peake at Aardman Animations studio, with the voices of Bill Bailey, Martin Trenaman and Simon Greenall.
HunterGatherer were commissioned by Yo Gabba Gabba to animate a song they had written called “Sea Friends”. It is a stop-motion music video for preschoolers about fish and other friends in the sea. All creatures and scenery in the video are painted wood. Mason Jennings performed the song. HunterGatherer is a New York, NY design, illustration, animation… Read More »