Category: Animation

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The Arctic Circle

96 Views

A film by Kevin Parry (03:20 minutes) An Arctic inhabitant is fascinated by the sudden appearance of a mysterious box.

Raw Data

141 Views

Directed by Jake Fried (01:00 minute) Hand-drawn animation with ink, gouache, white-out and coffee.

Bob

254 Views

A film by Jacob Frey (03:00 minutes) After running on over 300 festivals "Bob" finally reached Vimeo with his little running wheel. We would like to thank everyone who enjoyed the film, voted for us on festivals and...

Selfies

221 Views

A film by Claudius Gentinetta (03:20 minutes) In a veritable firework display of digital self portraits, hundreds of quaint, embarrassing and dread-fully disturbing selfies were arranged in a unique short film compo...

Bave Circus

228 Views

Directed by P. Desfretier, N. Dufresne, S. Kauffmann & M. Laugero (04:10 minutes) On a rainy afternoon, a child plays with his snails and falls along with them in a dreamy circus.

Living Rooms

211 Views

Directed by Melvin Le Riboter (01:25 minute) What you are basically; one life, one experience and so many horizons lived in this life. "Living Rooms" — the short living story of a primitive shape.

Speculum – Paradise

284 Views

A film by Studios Smack (03:00 minutes) In collaboration with the MOTI museum we created a new and animated interpretation of "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" by Hieronymus Bosch. We were chosen to go crazy on the m...

Covers

270 Views

A film by Henning M. Lederer (04:50 minutes) Covers – A series of 55 animated vintage book graphics How would these great book covers from the past look like when set in motion? Here we go…

How Does Animation Work?

267 Views

A cartoon by Tyler Pacana (02:05 minutes) An overview of how animation is made with traditional, 2D-rigged, stop-motion, and CG techniques.

The Present

389 Views

Directed by Jacob Frey (03:30 minutes) After a very successful festival circuit, running on over 180 film festivals and winning more than 50 awards, we’ve decided that it’s finally time to share “The Present” with t...