Category: Animation

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Division & Unity

304 Views

Directed by Andrew Popplestone (01:00 minute) "Division & Unity" is a comment on how our digital age has shaped and influenced us, and a message of how we’re stronger together.

Tough

289 Views

Directed by Jennifer Zheng (04:30 minutes) Some things can only be understood with maturity. New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as a...

Bacchus

310 Views

Directed by Rikke Planeta (04:40 minutes) Alex, a young woman, is increasingly getting tired of adult life. Her daily routine is restricted by norms and expectations of the modern world, and social media have replac...

Face Mask

358 Views

A film by Jake Fried (01.00 minute) Experimental animation with video collage.

Coin Operated

276 Views

Directed by Nicholas Arioli (04:45 minutes) "Coin Operated" is an award winning 5 minute short animation that spans 70 years in the life of one naive explorer.

Crows in D

300 Views

Directed by Conner Griffith (02:40 minutes) Crow flight patterns are echoed at a thirtieth of a second to create a loopable waveform that corresponds to a tone. The waveform was measured at 27 crows across one tenth...

Hedgehog

284 Views

Directed by V. Keswani, J. Laureau, C. Majou, M. Mattard, K. Pirttinen & J. Yoon (04:25 minutes) A little boy speaks about hedgehogs all the time to everybody. Un petit garçon parle de hérissons tout le temps à tou...

Blip

323 Views

Directed by Ben Harper & Sean Mullen (03:15 minutes) Two aliens try to take over the same planet.

Hemlock

336 Views

Directed by Tyson Ibele (03:40 minutes) "Here's a film I made for the latest CGSociety challenge...the theme was to adapt an ancient myth to steampunk stylings. I chose the myth about the fountain of youth for my to...

Tink

448 Views

A film by Mr Kaplin (00:40 minute) Tink is a studio project that evolved from a series of animations experiments we created in April 2018. Drawing on elements of these animations and what we’d learnt over the month ...