Tulip by Andrea Love
A sweet take on the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairytale Thumbelina, Tulip will delighting viewers with an enchanting world of bright color and delightful miniature details. This is a film that will especially appeal to lovers of fine handwork and crafting, as well as those fans of magical fairy tales of old.
Eat Your Carrots by Laura Stewart
Eat Your Carrots is a short film about a girl who finds an eyeball growing on her arm...Did you have to read that twice? Wondering if you need your eyes checked, or maybe you need to eat more carrots yourself? This is what happens when the super creative are locked away for too long without an outlet.
Five Cents by Aaron Hughes
In Five Cents, a consumer finds himself in over his head after a string of purchases gets out of control.
The Vandal by Eddie Alcazar
In what The New Yorker calls, “A sly combination of stop-motion and live action,” Eddie Alcazar’s short, The Vandal, lands like nothing we’ve seen before and while we are impressed, we are not so sure we’re altogether comfortable.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
“It’s so good to know that this art form, that we love so much, stop motion, is very much alive and well.” -- Mark Gustafson, Co-director of Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio (2022) in his Oscars Acceptance Speech
Greene King – Brand New Beers, Centuries In The Making by Balázs Simon
Director, Balázs Simon, calls his advert for Greene King beer, “Definitely the craziest thing I've ever done in camera.” The replacement animation using 355 unique laser-cut cans was concepted to highlight the rich
Honda Wrapping Paper SUV by Hornet
From animator Maxwell Sorenson comes a Honda commercial that defies the eyes. SUVs cruising over wrapping paper?!
Home by Anita Brūvere
Home is based on the real building in London. It’s a house that was originally built in the early 1700’s in the immigrant area of London, and housed refugees from all over the world throughout its history.