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A Way of Being / Kobi Vogman

August 30th, 2015


‘Waiting for Godot’ with all the suspense of being on pins and knitting needles. We all feel a bit unravelled when exploring our outermost boundaries. We are spun with the excellent character animation in this pared down yet articulately expressed piece by Kobi Vogman. Incidentally those are two true ‘benchmarks’ of good animation—and rest assured, dear readers, we are not just “spinnin’ yarns” about this tall yet slightly blue tale!
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Stella McCartney / Bill Porter

August 25th, 2015


A “charming” little piece by the illustrious Bill Porter. We gain a better appreciation of all things shiny, specifically this collection of alphabet charms.
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Mr Director / Andy Martin

August 9th, 2015


Andy Martin brings us a riveting behind the scenes glimpse at the life of your favorite director; Mr. Director. Favorite might be an understatement when you dig down into the not-so glamorous underbelly of this man with a vision beyond himself, beyond the industry, and even beyond mankind! Meet the man, the legend that is ‘Mr. Director’.
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You Could Sunbathe in this Storm / Alice Dunseath

August 3rd, 2015


A subtly salty and creamy technicolor musing on the nature of form as content. Perhaps we are all descended from sea monkeys from the great cretaceous freezer-burned ice cream era? One thing is not in question and that is that the multi-talented Dunseath has certainly earned her advanced degree in visual chemistry with this psychedelically philosophical graduation film for the Royal College of Art.
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The Elwins – So Down Low / Alan Poon

July 27th, 2015

Post-its are a tool of choice for the pixelated minds of our ADD information age and here, elusive auteur, Alan Poon, uses them to pull off another fun yet deftly woven short in this music video for the Elwins. Poon has an innate sense of timing, framing and idiosyncratically spot-on progression. If you have never watched it, his strangely entrancing music video for the Bowerbirds in 2008,”In our Talons,” is a must see. Read on as the director shares with us how he and his animation team used some favorite Dragonframe tools to exercise hi-fi lo-fi prowess.
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