The macabre short from writer-director Joe Hsieh continues its festival circuit success since qualifying for this year’s Oscars and scoring an Annie nomination for best short subject.
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Taiwanese animator Joe (Wen-Ming) Hsieh’s 2D short follows 6 bus passengers harboring intense secrets whose lives unravel after a string of unfortunate events, wrongful accusations, and attempts at revenge.
Christine Fellows uses cut-out collage and stop-motion to animate Suzie Ungerleider's new song about releasing the hold traumatic events have on our lives.
Based on Percy Shelley’s poem ‘The Dirge,’ animated short employs paper cut-outs to explore themes of death and loss through a futuristic fantasy lens.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson offers a spontaneous take on films from animation’s past. This week: Lewis Klahr's Altair (1995)