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roberts / sirens

July 13th, 2014

Spare and striking compositions in this music video by Simon Roberts for Flight Brigade. Simon hails from the Royal College of Art in London. Far from his poetically barren winter here, his film prowess is noticeably in its springtime. We look forward to more clever and clean flexes of design muscle from the young Director. Read on to see a making-of video in the fast lane.
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möhring / ioa

July 13th, 2014

Deep from the bowels of the vowels comes impeccable timing, pathos and tightly wound suspense in this short by Gabriel Möhring. The piece is garnering much attention as it rounds the festival circuit. Almost excruciatingly well done! The sound design, crisp animation and orchestration of the breath work nearly affect a viewer’s heart rate. Torture has never been so smoothly exacted nor welcomely portrayed. We look forward to more fiercely fetching filmic rigour from Möhring in the near and dark future.

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prendergast / 100 years of hair

July 13th, 2014

An ad for Gillette from Oh Yeah Wow‘s Darcy Prendergast, the undisputed maestro of fun. Flipping through hairstyle rages through the ages, Prendergast provides a filmography of manscaping topography. Read on to brave a close shave with all the hairy details in the making-of vid.
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jacobs / the bigger picture

June 1st, 2014

This director really knows how to paint herself out of a corner. Painting and animating 7 foot tall 2D to 3D sculpture conversions? “The Bigger Picture” could also have been named “The Logistically Daring Masterpiece.” Director Daisy Jacobs has deftly drawn a razor’s edge between flat art and life size puppetry, between richly subjective inner experience and bleaker real outer circumstance; ripping open a very fluid pandora’s box of poetic imagination. The story (which she also wrote) chronicles the dry and dark difficulties of two brothers as they ambivalently care for their aging mother. The 8 minute National Film and Television School MA Grad Film has just won a joint third prize at Cannes, the prestigious Cinefondation award. Jacobs previously studied art at London’s Central Saint Martins for five years before attending NFTS. After Cannes, the short has been selected to screen at Animafest Zagreb (June 8th), Official selection at Annecy International Animation Film Festival 2014 (June 14th), and Brazil’s Anima Mundi (July 25th and August 6th). The film boasts wonderful lighting and sound design as well. Read on to watch the inspiring and insightful making of video and as lead animator Chris Wilder, a beautifully experimental illustrator in his own right, shares some interdimensional production details with Dragon.
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andersen / grand budapest hotel

May 26th, 2014

The great and grand genre-forging director himself, Wes Andersen, maker of stop motion milestone “The Fantastic Mr. Fox,” included a stop motion ski scene sequence in his recently released live action movie “The Grand Budapest Hotel.” What cutting edge creative wouldn’t delight in working on a Wes Andersen movie? Read on to indulge in two very rich Dragonframe-exclusive interviews with Andy Biddle- the film’s most honorable lead animator and Andy Gent- the quite distinguished puppet fabricator, both working at London’s Clapham Road Studios.
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