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Bou / padre

July 28th, 2014


Dragonframe is proud to provide evolving tools for masterworks of animation such as this. Exquisite lighting, framing, subtle gesture and sumptuous attention to every haunting detail in this surreal short by director Santiago ‘Bou’ Grasso. The result is a quiet symphony of broken poetry, depicting the fractured existence and spare isolation of the aging daughter of a general in the argentinian dictatorship. While the lead character may be trapped in her own head, this film will much more pleasantly remain in our minds for a long time. Read on for the generous making of video for this production.
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swaef & roels / fight!

July 28th, 2014

Nothing like a good heart felt fight. Emma de Swaef and Marc James Roels bring us a roaring good row in this promo spot for the National Animation Festival in Bruz, France. This follows the team’s award winning “Oh, Willy!” Read the interview where Director Emma de Swaef bares it all about that equally warm and fuzzy production.

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sakaoglu / McDonald’s

July 28th, 2014

Sinem Sakaoglu directs this ambitious mixed media project, titled “Made of Love”- a series of spots for McDonald’s. Read on for a very detailed interview with making of videos showing how she achieved this acrobatic integration of live action, motion control and stop mo.
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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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