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.
This is a lovely story with great music and animation. In 1930s New York Harry, a racist barber, changes his mind at the arrival of a magical trumpet in his barber shop. A Graduation short film directed by Harmony Bouchard, Andy Le Cocq, Joakim Riedinger and Raphael Cenzi. Produced at ESMA School of Arts (Ecole… Read More »
There are great scenes in this music video directed by Louis Clichy of ChezEddy, a production and animation / SFX company based in Paris, France. The music suits the animation perfectly, the execution is perfect and the whole video is very energetic.
English title A Monster in Paris. It is set in Paris,1910. Emile, a shy movie protectionist, and Raoul, a colorful inventor, find themselves embarked on the hunt for a monster terrorizing citizens. The film is being made by Bibo Bergeron’s French studio, Bibo Films, and will screen in France in October. Bergeron previously directed Shark Tale… Read More »
There are really eye catching backgrounds and colors in this video featuring the music of French group Les Mains Ensorcelées (The Bewitched Hands). It was directed by Sanghon Kim at Machine Molle for Savoir Faire.
An atmospheric story with superb lighting effects as the lighthouse keeper fends off a giant firefly. It was made at the l’école des Gobelins, France by Baptiste rogron, Rony Hotin, Maïlys Vallade, Jérémie Moreau, Gaëlle Thierry and David François. The Lighthouse Keeper was awarded best graduation film at Annecy 2010.
The style of this video is reminiscent of Tex Avery, with frantic action and sexual innuendo. It was made at the l’école des Gobelins, France by Julien Daubas, Fabien Guillaume, Jérémy Macedo, Jean-Baptiste Maligne, Paul Nivet and Arthur Peltzer with the aid of Ugo Bienvenu.
A champion swimmer wins his race, and yet seems haunted by images from his childhood. Directed by Bruno Mangyoku and Tom Haugomat, the film was co-produced by Cube Creative in France. This film received the ‘Jean Luc Xiberras de la première oeuvre’ award at the Annecy Festival 2010.
This is an emotional and generational conflict between mother and son with a twist… the mother is none other than Death. It was co-directed by four students of ESMA Montpellier, France; Gaëlle Lebègue, Aurélien Ronceray Peslin-Mathieu Vidal and Nicolas Villeneuve.
This is a fan tribute to Dave Stevens’ classic comic book hero The Rocketeer. It was produced and directed by John Banana. After 10 years in the digital industry, John Banana set up Digital Banana Studio, a Paris based small animation studio producing TV series pilots, commercials and short films. He made this short film to… Read More »