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Adam by Evelyn Jane Ross (2016)

In the beginning of them She created us. Adam is an eye-opening claymation film. It’s nothing like Wallace and Grommit; it’s neither a children’s story nor does it have a distinct character. Instead, it’s poetic narrative depicting love and emotional sincerity. It uses the malleable nature of clay to emphasize the main idea, creation. “Adam”… Read More »

Moving Pictures by Nadav Nachmany (2011)

A factory worker is living in a fantasy world where things seem to be going well. As the story progresses reality starts to take over. It uses a mixture of traditional animation and 3D animation to great effect. 2D animation by Nadav Nachmany and 3D animation by Dror shpatz. They are graduates of the Bezalel Academy for fine art… Read More »

The Dreamcatcher / D&AD by Jonathan McKee (2011)

Jonathan McKee won first prize at the D&AD Student Awards 2011, out of all international entries, with this animation. The Walt Disney Company, in association with D&AD, asked students to ‘create a lead character, with heart and optimism, for a narrative-driven comedy cartoon’. Jonathan’s response was a cartoon series based around Baku, a dreamcatcher who… Read More »

Howl by Natalie Bettelheim (2011)

A mother become worried when her toddler starts acting like a cat. It is a really beautiful and precise atmospheric story. It was directed and designed by Natalie Bettelheim with animation by Sharon Michaeli. A graduation film produced at the Department of Screen-Based Arts in Bezalel, Jerusalem. More info at projecthowl.blogspot.com