Category: Short Films
Building a stop-motion animation studio can be a challenging endeavor. Especially when that studio is located on the 31st floor of a corporate office building right smack in Midtown Manhattan.
Disney-Pixar releases “Partysaurus Rex,” the latest “Toy Story Toon” featuring the wet-and wild adventures of Rex.
Award-winning animation and visual effects studio Brain Zoo Studios makes its short film debut with Pepe & Lucas.
XYZ director Darcy Prendergast teams up with Seamus Spilsbury to direct this super cute video for Wax Tailor’s latest single, “Time To Go,” featuring Aloe Blacc.
Ana Stefaniak, a recent graduate of the University for the Creative Arts, has won Best British film at Canterbury Anifest 2012.
84 documentaries and 114 short animated films will make up the official programme of this year‘s DOK Leipzig.
“Butterflies,” a new stop-motion animation by Australian director Isabel Peppard, is selected to screen in competition at the 2012 Sitges Fantastic Film Festival in Spain.
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Julia Pott's latest short brings to life Tom Chivers' poem of a young couple that must resort to primitive acts to survive the ensuing chaos of a tragic event.
The fourth edition of the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival announces the release of its official program for 2012.
The festival celebrates animation from the past, present and future with a diverse slate of programs and events at REDCAT in downtown Los Angeles.
Psyop and ROKKAN created the engrossing, animated prequel series for Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios’ highly anticipated multi-platform title "Dishonored."
DOK Leipzig to showcase seven short films as part of its “Let the puppets dance! Polish puppet animation after 1945” series.
The London International Animation Festival returns to the Barbican for its second year with an exciting and intriguing collection of animated films from around the world.
Buzzco completes a new animation project, “Newton’s Three Laws, with a bicycle,” for TED’s TED Ed educational initiative.
Tomorrow is the final day for the unique CG short film animation training project created by Czech animation education group Anomalia and taught by Arconyx Animation Studio head Kenny Roy.
Animation13, the sixth annual UK Schools Computer Animation Competition presented by the Manchester University, announces its call for entries.
Today it takes an experienced eye to differentiate a synthetic actor from a real live one. It is amazing. It's a genuine achievement. So what is wrong with this?
Surprise, surprise - I’m not at 30,000 ft. as I write this latest blog but on a high-speed train, traveling from Moscow to St. Petersburg in Russia.
The Blender Institute releases director Ian Hubert’s short film “Tears of Steel,” the fourth movie to explore an Open Source VFX pipeline, on YouTube and in Hollywood.